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from www.gather.com – Octomom Nadya Suleman is in high demand as a stripper for someone who doesn’t even have any (“official”) experience yet. Two strip clubs in West Palm Beach, Florida, are actually fighting over her.
There are so many things wrong with this it’s hard to know where to begin. First of all, her fourteen children are going to be messed up for life. Secondly, why do people want to see her naked so badly? She’s not attractive, plus she’s had fourteen children…enough said. But it’s that morbid curiosity that can’t keep people away.
The owner of T’s Lounge, Gary Odie, explains it like this: “It means so much to be the first one to get her nationwide…you have to be the first one out of the box.” But after Suleman signed a contract to perform eight shows at the club starting this week, she cancelled. Apparently an employee of the club said in an interview: “[Suleman] must be a little crazy. Normal people don’t have that many children.” Well, Octomom was not too happy about that comment, however accurate it may be. The truth hurts, Nadya.
Odie explained his employee’s comments by saying, “The name of the club is T’s, so we like to tease.” (Cute.) But he’s not joking about the lawsuit. He is so desperate to have her at his strip club that he is taking it to court, barring her from being booked any other club within 50 miles. He maintains that she is contractually obligated to perform there.
Sadly, wherever Nadya Suleman ends up “dancing,” people will be lining up at the door to see her. Her whole fame-whore thing is really working for her (it’s just unfortunate that she’s not as concerned with being a good mother to her fourteen kids than she is about being famous.) She also just released her own porn movie called Octomom: Home Alone. So in case you won’t be one of the lucky ones to see her stripping debut, thank goodness there’s a movie…just be sure to have some anti-nausea medication on hand.