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.
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