Octomom's wobbly bits are all over the Internet -- now they're in court, too.
A Florida strip club that has been bragging that it secured the rights to the notorious baby-maker's first exotic dance performance is now asking a judge to throw the book at her because she wants to strip elsewhere, WPTV reported.
She decided to blow off her contract just two days after signing it because a bartender talked about her children on TV, so she sent this text message through her representative:
"Dance gig is canceled after Michelle the manager or employee of club made comments about Nadya saying she is crazy etc and Nadya is now not doing that club ever," the rep wrote, according to WPTV.
She now plans to bare all at at The Playhouse South in Hollywood, which started a heated battle between club owners.
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T's Lounge owner Gary Odle filed a lawsuit this week trying to bar Suleman from stripping at the other joint. She signed a 90-day contract guaranteeing that she wouldn't strip anywhere within 50 miles and 90 days of her employment at T's Lounge.
"I was supposed to be the first, and no one else around here was supposed to get her," he told WPTV. "As there can only be one ‘1st Feature Dance Performance’ it would be impractical, if not impossible, to establish damages" if she were to strip at The Playhouse South.