For the second time in less than a month Octomom is down a publicist.
"It just got to be too much," Victor Munoz told Usmagazine.com. "It's pretty much a free for all over there right now."
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Munoz told the publication he couldn't get into much detail about his decision to leave but that he planned to meet with lawyers Monday to go over the confidentiality clauses in his contract.
"They are freaking out right now," he said of the Suleman family. "Not to sound arrogant but those people depended on me for everything. You have no idea what I've had to do for these people."
Suleman, who is 33 and unemployed, said in early February that she lives off of food stamps and intended to use student loans to help finance her 14 children.
"I am providing for my children. I am," Suleman said on the "Today" show on Feb. 10. "And that will probably run out by the time I go back to school. So I have my won way. It's an alternative way, but it works."
Munoz said octomom became greedy during his short tenure as her go-to PR guy.
"Nadya got real greedy. This woman is nuts," he told Usmagazine.com. "This I can say: What ultimately destroyed the business arrangement was personal reasons."
Joanna Killeen was octomom's first publicist but quit after receiving death threats via e-mail and voicemail.
"They'd put me in the wood chipper and throw me in the bottom of the ocean and hope I die," Killeen said. "We've gotten her through the worst part of it and now they are putting their venom and anger toward us."