The website has been cited for:
• failure to obtain an entertainment permit
• failure to have an entertainment permit on file
• failure to have a studio teacher on site
• allowing the babies to be available for filming beyond the hours allowed.
The four citations involve six violations and carry a $3,000 fine, said Dean Fryer, spokesman for the California Labor Commission. Officials say the investigation was ongoing.
Here is a statement from Radar's website:
"RadarOnline.com has not seen any paperwork from the department of labor and therefore cannot comment on specifics. However, like any other newsgathering organization, RadarOnline.com is not required to obtain permits nor is it restricted to certain hours in its newsgathering operations."
Do you think Radar should be fined ... or are you OVER all things Octomom?