Vivid Makes Octomom Movie Offer

Lyla Katz

UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. — Vivid Entertainment has offered to save Octomom’s home from foreclosure if she signs a movie contract with the studio.

Octomom, whose real name is Nadya Suleman, is on the verge of foreclosure on her California home because she has missed several monthly mortgage payments and a balloon payment.

The studio made Suleman two offers last year to work on a movie deal.

"We remain interested in working with Nadya and we’re prepared to make a new offer that would secure her living arrangements by having her home fully paid for,” Vivid founder Steven Hirsch said.

"We have sent Nadya a letter offering to sit down and work out details that would be most comfortable for her. We understand that time is of the essence because, according to reports, she has until Tuesday to meet her mortgage obligations to the former owner of the house. We can act quickly to meet with her and her representatives to secure her home and to work with her on a movie that she can be proud of.”

Hirsch said that he will assure Suleman that she will be supported by top hair and makeup artists and will look glamorous. As is customary with the Vivid girls, she will have her choice of partners.

“We can also schedule production so that it will take less than a week in the L.A. area. That way she can be with her children every night,” he said.