Octuplets mom Nadya Suleman was paid an unexpected visit on Wednesday afternoon by Orange County Social Services and two police detectives, Usmagazine.com has confirmed.

"On Wednesday, April 29, La Habra Police personnel were requested to assist Orange County Social Services involving a matter pertaining to the Sulemans," said watch commander Lt. Tom Dutton of the La Habra Police Department in a written statement. "As is customary, the department routinely assists other agencies, when so requested."

In an interview with RadarOnline.com, Suleman said that a complaint was filed by one of her children's school teachers after the teacher observed what appeared to be bite marks on the back of one of her sons, 3-year old Aidan. The website also claimed that Aidan showed up to school with a black eye. Suleman, however, downplayed Aidan's injury explaining "He's autistic, he bumps into things."

This incident marked the fourth complaint levied against Nadya Suleman, 34, for possible child neglect and endangerment. The first three were filed against Suleman in late March 2009 by attorney Gloria Allred on behalf of the organization Angels in Waiting after Suleman released them from their service.