The candid interview airs today.
Ed Doud says today on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" that he questions the "mental situation" of his daughter. As we all know, 33-year-old Nadya Suleman, who already had six children, gave birth to octuplets in late January after undergoing in vitro fertilization.
But Doud also defends his daughter at times, telling Oprah he believes his daughter was "under completely disarray" when she gave an interview to NBC's Ann Curry.
Doud said that NBC bombarded Nadya Suleman with cameras and took her out of the hospital at midnight to a secret location. Doud says NBC "did not even give her a chance to rest, to sleep, where she's still under medication and not feeling well."
The octuplets' grandfather says he hopes Suleman will finish her education and start working so she can help support the family. But he says Suleman and her children need help, and people shouldn't punish them for what she did by holding back on donations.
Do you agree?