Octomom to strip at Florida club


Get ready to see a lot more of Octomom. Nadya Suleman will be stripping at a West Palm Beach gentlemen's club over the course of five nights next month in order to help dig herself out of debt. According to TMZ, the single mom of 14 (she had six kids before the octuplets were born in 2009) will be earning "thousands" for the gig at T's Lounge, which will consist of two shows a night from July 11-15. But before fans get their dollar bills ready, they should be warned: Suleman will only be topless and has no plans to give private lap dances in addition to her stage show.

The source who spoke to TMZ also tells the site that Suleman, 36, now feels "sexually liberated" after filming a solo sex video last month. While embarking on her new "movie" career, she told TMZ that she hoped to use her salary to buy a "safe" home for her children. The four-bedroom residence the family of 15 had been living in will go up on the auction block June 6 because Suleman stopped making payments on it a year ago. The La Habra, California, home was initially supposed to be sold off in early May, but then Suleman filed for bankruptcy, which delayed the process.

On April 27, she claimed she owed between $500,000 and $1 million to creditors including Verizon Wireless, bottled water company Sparkletts, Indy Mac Mortgage, Orkin Pest Control, the Department of Motor Vehicles, a Christian school, and the gas, electric, and water companies. "I have had to make some very difficult decisions this year and filing Chapter 7 was one of them," Suleman, who is on welfare, said in a statement. "But I have to do what is best for my children and I need a fresh start."

The same day as her filing became public, she said in an interview with HLN that she would consider doing porn — something she always said she would never do — if it meant earning money to take care of her large brood. "You know, if the opportunity comes up I'll be the first to admit, I'm gonna eat my words!," said Suleman, who posed topless for a measly $8,000 in March. "Because all that matters is that I can take care of my family. If it's a job, and it's a well-paying job, and it's gonna allow me to get out of here and move [my kids] into a very safe, huge home that they deserve … I'm gonna do it."

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