Free nannies filed complaints about 'Octomom,' Gloria Allred says - Celebrities - NJ.com Nadya "Octomom" Suleman tells Dr. Phil she fired her free nanny service earlier this week because she felt like "they were waiting for me to make a mistake." Well, according to those nannies, she did. Angels in Waiting has filed three complaints to California's Child Protective Services about Suleman, according to lawyer Gloria Allred, who is working with the organization, Usmagazine.com reports. Allred says on the "Today" show that Suleman doesn't spend any time with the babies off-camera, and doesn't seem especially concerned with security at the house. She asked one of the nannies to contact 911 after she saw an intruder on her property, and has let in a nurse without asking for identification, Allred says. Instead of paying for increased security at the home, the lawyer says, "she puts in her own jacuzzi." "How can she succeed if she is subjecting her babies to potential risks of harm, if she doesn't come into the nursery to feed her own babies, to hold them, to bathe them, to change them, to love them, to bond with them.... except when the cameras are rolling?" Allred asks. "That's wrong." When she's not talking to Dr. Phil, blogging or perhaps taking a dip in the jacuzzi, , Suleman is caring for four of her octuplets (not to mention her six other children) along with a fleet of nannies she somehow found time to hire herself. We're sure the screening process was real thorough. "I'm disappointed that the two parties could not find common ground to work together," Dr. Phil says in his show opener today, according to People. "Now my concern for the 14 children continues to be my singular focus." <<< I'm still waiting for someone to tell me she isn't an illegal immigrant.... I feel so sorry for those babies, and the rest of her kids.