Nadya Suleman, or Octomom as she's still fondly labeled, is being threatened with legal action from T's Lounge, a classy strip joint in West Palm Beach, Florida. Suleman was scheduled to perform July 11-14, but she canceled her limited engagement earlier this month.
According to Octomom's rep, Gina Rodriguez, Suleman was turned off by a T's Lounge bartender, who said, "She must be a little crazy. Normal people don't have that many children."
How dare he. But no, normal people don't get impregnated with eight fetuses at once — and I can say that, because Octomom is not scheduled to perform at my strip club.
In the wake of the potential lawsuit, Rodriguez stands by her client, and insists that Suleman pulled out of the stripping gig for legitimate reasons.
Nadya will not be appearing at this club in July or in the future. Nadya felt defamed and was in fear for her life to step into a club where they have already set a negative tone.
"In fear for her life" doesn't sound like an overstatement or anything.
Naturally, Suleman plans to countersue T's Lounge for defamation. She has retained an attorney, who is apparently not Gloria Allred.