Published on Apr 11, 2012
If Octo-Mom annoyed you, then you haven't seen welfare mom Angel Adams, a 39 year old Black single mother of 15 young children, 12 of which were in her care.
Adams, a resident of Tampa, Florida, has been in the news several times over the past few years for problems stemming from her dire situation. The man who fathered 10 of her 15 kids was arrested and things all went downhill from there.
In 2010, she was evicted from low-income housing for having "too many residents" in the home.
Adams is reportedly upset at the "system" and says that the state isn't doing enough to support her and her kids.
The mother says things didn't get bad for her until social services got involved. With her self-entitled attitude and victim mentality, Adams demanded that "somebody needs to pay for all [her] children" to live better.
Her 15 kids have 3 baby daddies, and to top it all off... Adams was once held in contempt of court for cussing out a social worker and refusing to answer whether or not she'd gotten pregnant again.
Only a day after Adams' release from jail, deputies say Adams, in front of her children, became profane and abusive with shelter workers.
Deputies were called, and Adams was trespassed off the property, losing her right to visit her children.
Court papers say Adams got angry when a social worker referred to herself as the children's 'house mother'.
Judge Tracy Sheehan repeated Adams words, "Quote, she ain't your mother ****** momma, and who the ***** do you think you are having them call you mama?"
"Is that what she said," asked the Judge.
"My client", replied Adams attorney Scott Horvat, "denies saying that, your honor."
Sheehan then directly asked Adams, "were people cursing in front of the kids?" Said Adams, "well, there was back and forth, yes ma'am."
Then, in front of a small army of social workers, police, and lawyers, Adams hedged on visiting her children in front of a psychiatrist. Said her lawyer, "your honor, my client is just concerned that the more that she does, the more the department wants her to do in order to get her children back."
To which Judge Sheehan replied, "it's always one more thing Miss Adams, it's not like lets make a deal over here, you don't want to visit with our rules, you don't visit."
Social workers meanwhile have filed paperwork to make Adam's two youngest children wards of the state.