Nadya Suleman, who was reported being back on welfare slightly less than two weeks ago, is trying to get off of it with a job. Octomom, as she is also known, has signed a deal to begin stripper again, but she swears this will be the last time.
Sources close to Suleman told TMZ on Saturday that she is being paid $20,000 to perform a topless strip show at T's Lounge in West Palm Beach, Fla. It's not just about getting off welfare, though. The deal was made to also settle an ongoing legal spat from 2012.
Last year, T's sued Octomom for breach of contract after she pulled out of a similar gig. At the time, Suleman claimed T's employees had dissed her to the media, saying she couldn't perform at T's after that sort of treatment.
However, the deal, worked out in December, but not publicized until Jan. 19, settles everything. T's has dropped the suit, and Suleman will perform in four paid shows starting on Valentine's Day and running through Feb. 16.
There are no lap dances on the bill, just stage dancing and bartending.
Nadya Suleman became famous when she gave birth to octuplets in 2009, but became infamous when it was revealed that she already had six children from earlier IVF implantations, was unemployed, and on public assistance programs.
She earned the name Octomom from those octuplets. Earlier this month, it was revealed by Suleman's rep that she was back on welfare. The reason given was that she had exhausted her savings during her recent stint in rehab.