(KFI) Police and child welfare officials checked the La Habra home of Nadya Suleman after receiving a complaint that her 14 children were living in squalid conditions, but left without removing them, police said today.
Police went to the house in the 2000 block of East Madonna Lane around 6:10 p.m. Tuesday, said La Habra police Sgt. Daniel Barnes.
"We had an individual come in to report that there was general neglect of living conditions for children there at the home,'' Barnes said.
Suleman's hairstylist raised the concerns with police, saying the house was unkempt, had only one working toilet and that Suleman sometimes locked unattended children in their rooms, the entertainment news website TMZ reported.
Police and Orange County Department of Family and Children's Services officials determined there was no threat to the children and left after investigating for 90 minutes, Barnes said, adding that the initial report was made just before 4 p.m. Tuesday.