Octomom, whose real name is Nadya Suleman, has now received multiple offers from Vivid since she came into the limelight — one last year, one in March and one today. She has rejected all of the offers.
Steven Hirsch, founder of Vivid, said in a one-page letter that "we have an easy and ready solution for you to relieve yourself of the financial problem."
Hirsch said if Suleman agrees to the offer, it can "arrange for [payment] to happen quickly so that you will get paid in advance of your Oct. 9 deadline," referring to her house payment, which, according to TMZ, is delinquent.
TMZ says Amer Haddadin — the man who sold the house to Octomom's dad and still holds the note — said Suleman has yet to pay this month's $4,060 payment and that she owes an additional $3,500 for previous months.
Suleman, who has 14 children including the eight that were born last year, was first offered $1 million last year by Vivid, which was hoping to distribute a video under the Vivid-Celeb imprint. Vivid also was going to kick in a year of health insurance for her family, as well as a harem of Vivid Girls as nannies.
Later, Pink Visual came around, offering her a year's worth of diapers if she didn't take up the offer.