There has been a complaint filed, and CPS is required to investigate it. They can charge her with child neglect, and put the kids up for adoption in real families. If CPS can decide that setting an alarm clock is child abuse, then they can certainly act against Suleman.
Update: Here is the lastest:
Octomom Nadya Suleman and her 14 kids are soon to be homeless.
Extra has obtained documents stating that Suleman’s mother, Angela Suleman, has fallen 10 months behind in payments for her 3-bedroom home in Whittier, California and owes the mortgage company $23,225!
In 2006, Angela borrowed $453,750 from IndyMac Bank, agreeing to make monthly payments on her loan, but last May she stopped making the payments. In 2008, Angela filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, claiming she has between $500,000 and $1,000,000 in liabilities.