The latest publicist to represent octuplets mother Nadya Suleman quit over the weekend, citing personal reasons but also criticizing the mother of 14.
In a story posted to UsMagazine.com on Saturday, Victor Munoz said Suleman is "real greedy" and "nuts," but added "what ultimately destroyed the business arrangement was personal reasons."
Munoz told Us the job got to be too much and that Suleman had become greedy, but he would not offer any details.
"It's pretty much a free-for-all over there right now. They are freaking out right now," Munoz told Us.
Munoz's voicemail box was full Monday, and he did not immediately return a page to call The Associated Press.
Suleman's mother, Angela, answered the door of the family's home in Southern California on Monday, and told the AP that the family lawyer will take over the job.
"I don't know if Nadya will say anything about it, but the claims are untrue," Angela Suleman said before closing the door of the three-bedroom home. Outside, on the quiet cul-de-sac, a dozen paparazzi loitered in wait of the next Suleman sighting.
Suleman's first publicists, the Killeen Furtney group, quit last month, citing death threats.
Nadya Suleman gave birth to the world's longest-surviving set of octuplets on Jan. 26, after already having six other children.
Public sentiment on the birth took a sharp turn when it was learned all 14 of Suleman's children were conceived through in vitro fertilization, and Suleman is unemployed and single.