"Octomom" Nadya Suleman is ready to date again -- this time, for cash.
The 37-year-old mother of 14 has opened a profile on the dating website WhatsYourPrice.com, TMZ reports. The site allows users to bid money for dates with "smart, sexy people," and Octomom is one of them.
"My name is Nadya," her profile begins. "I have 14 children. I am a single mom and have been celibate for 14 years, all my children were through IVF. If I have to describe myself I would say I am full of energy, love to work out (when I can get a chance), I am very athletic and love to laugh."'
For those ready to cough up some cash, Octomom's ideal date is "working out or doing something athletic and then having a nice dinner."
Suleman does not reveal her net worth, but she does say that she is interested in everything from a short-term relationship to mutually beneficial arrangements (Sugar Daddy/Sugar Baby).
Although some would consider Sulemon's latest venture a dip into the prostitution pool, Gawker's Louis Peitzman outlines, "yes, there's something a little sketchy about selling yourself online, but it's not prostitution unless they're paying for sex. If you choose to have sex with your date, that's your prerogative. (I've learned a lot from watching Gigolos on Showtime, OK?)."
It seems Suleman is strapped for cash these days.
In April, Suleman filed for bankruptcy claiming she had $50,000 in assets and up to $1 million in debts, according to KTLA. However, she did not complete the necessary paperwork needed to prove she could not pay her debts and her case was tossed out. Her home went into foreclosure in June.
Then she turned to the Internet in an attempt to make ends meet.
Last month, Octomom set up an account on GoFundMe.com, where she asked for $150,000 in donations to go toward buying a new home.
"I am having to move out of my home soon and i'm very close to being able to buy a home for my kids," she wrote on the site. "Your support is appreciated."
As of Monday afternoon, the GoFundMe donations were up to just $2,654.
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