The Tennessee-based public relations company which was reported to have signed on to help the controversial mother of 14, Nadya Suleman, says those reports are wrong.
Wes Yoder, President of the Ambassador Agency, said despite reports to the contrary, he is not representing the Octu-mom.
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"One week ago, a friend of our agency requested Ambassador's help to advise on the protection and licensing of the Suleman family photographs to safeguard the security of the children. While providing this pro bono advice, we explored whether agency representation would best serve the interests of this family. Ambassador has not executed a representation agreement, nor do we intend to do so," Yoder told Access Hollywood.
Ambassador is the same firm which has represented the McCaughey septuplets of Iowa since 1997.
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And while his firm may not be taking on Suleman's case, Yoder was hopeful people would come to Suleman's aid, as he urged "local churches, people of compassion and the pro-life community to participate in a thoughtful plan to assist the Suleman children."
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Suleman's publicist who had been working with her since the birth of her octuplets, JoAnn Killeen, has stepped down in the wake of death threats aimed at Suleman and her spokespeople.
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