Angel Brown is an unemployed mother of 17 and she needs demands financial help.

"Somebody needs to be held accountable and they need to pay."

Brown, formerly Angel Adams, gained national attention in 2010 when she and 12 of her 15 children were living in a Tampa motel room. Florida's Department of Children and Families stepped in and found them a home.

Today, Brown has 17 children and has fallen behind financially. She faces eviction and her power has been turned off multiple times because of late payments. Her rent is covered by the Tampa Housing Authority, but the family has used money earmarked for rent to cover relocation costs during Hurricane Irma.

WFLA, who has been following Angel's story since 2010, reports that she is back in court, demanding that someone needs to pay.