Octomom's headed back to South Florida to settle a score. And yes, it involves overexposure.
Nadya Suleman, the mother of 14 who got famous when she gave birth to octuplets in 2009, has reportedly settled her ongoing lawsuit with T's Lounge in West Palm Beach by agreeing to return to South Florida for one last gig. The pervy patrons of T's will get to see the breasts that have sustained more than a dozen kids, and Suleman will get $20,000.
Last summer, Nadya "Octomom" Suleman made her stripping debut in Miami, dancing to the sounds of Rihanna and reportedly being "showered" with dollar bills. But that initial, uh, success was short-lived. Suleman pulled out of a stripping gig with T's Lounge in West Palm Beach that same year after employees made insulting comments about her to the media.
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T's sued the reality star and mother of 14 for breach of contract.
But now TMZ reports that the two have come to an agreement: T's will drop its lawsuit if Suleman will get on the pole one last time.
TMZ reports that Suleman's scheduled to strip four times between Feb. 14 and Feb. 16 this year. T's Lounge has not yet confirmed those dates. But you probably don't have to worry about missing the announcement. This is the place "where all your creams come true" and also "where Cooterball was invented," after all, so they're probably not going to be subtle about it.