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I guess we’re not lucky enough to have heard the last of Nadya Suleman, aka Octomom.
Things haven’t exactly being going smoothly as-of-late for the mom of 14. She had to file for welfare, which caused some backlash—her car windows were smashed and she received death threats. More recently, she announced that she was filing for bankruptcy.
Most people will either be perplexed, sickened, or curious by how she may make ends meet.
The Octomom is considering a move into pornography so that she can provide for her family.
In a story reported on E! Online, she stated that she won’t kiss anyone for money, let alone touch someone else. Well, that kind of deflates some of the curiosity, but it makes sense considering the fact that she claims to have been celibate for over a decade.
If you don’t recall, Octomom was reportedly offered $1 million and health insurance for her kids to do a porno. Obviously, she turned that offer down. Last month she posed almost completely nude for the UK magazine Closer.
While nothing has been officially set up, Suleman is already defending herself by saying:
“I don’t give a crap if people think I’m a hypocrite—because I know I’m not—in regard to all, ‘never pose nude.’ You know what? If the opportunity comes up, I’m gonna eat my words because all that matters is I take care of my family. That’s all that matters.”
If she was going get into the adult film industry, she would be joining some other notorious “celebrities” (if that’s what you want to call them), like John Wayne Bobbitt and Amy Fisher.
While the careers of Bobbitt and Fisher were last-ditch efforts, sometimes a sex tape can boost someone’s career. Just think of what Kim Kardashian’s tape did for her.
So, what do you all think of Octomom possibly pursuing a porn career? Are you interested or completely disgusted by the idea?
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