Octomom’s Home May Be Sold To Vivid Entertainment Co-Founder
LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Octomom” Nadya Suleman’s next landlord could be a porn kingpin.
Amer Haddadin told The Associated Press on Thursday he is considering selling the Southern California home to Vivid Entertainment’s co-founder after months of trying to collect a $450,000 balloon payment.
Haddadin has repeatedly warned Suleman to pay or get out, but says his plan to evict the family on Friday is being delayed while he works out a deal with Vivid’s Steve Hirsch.
The mother of 14 has turned down previous offers from Hirsch to appear in porn films. He told The AP this week that he doesn’t intend to pressure Suleman into porn by becoming her landlord, but he’d like her to work for Vivid in a different capacity.
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