'Octomom' Nadya Suleman claims she was drugged when implanted
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Octuplet mother Nadya Suleman claimed she was drugged when she agreed to be implanted with a dozen embryos.
She made the shocking revelation on Thursday's episode of "Dr. Drew."
Suleman also said that she didn't mean to have eight children on top of the six she already had. She admitted she wanted more kids but wasn't in the right state of mind to agree to the doctor's terms.
She told Dr. Drew Pinsky that her fertility doctor, Michael Kamrava, wrote some kind of note about what she should do if, by chance, "too many grew."
"He gave it to me to sign right there while I'm laying down and I signed it and didn't read it," Suleman said.
Kamrava lost his California medical license for gross negligence.
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