"Octomom" Nadya Suleman Pleads Not Guilty To Latest Welfare Fraud Charge
Los Angeles, California (CNN) - The so-called "Octomom" says she did not scam the welfare system.
Nadya Suleman was in court in California Tuesday, facing a fourth count related to welfare fraud.
She pleaded not guilty, as she had to the previous three charges.
Prosecutors say she collected more than 25-thousand dollars in aid, without revealing the money she got from videos and appearances.
She's scheduled to return to court in mid-April.
In convicted on all four charges -- she could be sentenced to more than six years in jail.
The mother of 14 children rose to fame in 2009 -- when she gave birth to octuplets.