U.K. — Nadya Suleman, the mother of six who in 2009 gave birth to octuplets after undergoing a controversial in vitro procedure, has gone topless for U.K. publication Closer.
The now 36-year-old tabloid queen, who once swore she'd never pose nude for money, has done so in exchange for $10,000, reports TMZ.com.
According to the website, Suleman, whose house will be sold at auction on Thursday, agreed to the semi-nude and topless shoot because she needs the money to rent a new home for her and her 14 children.
"I'm doing that (posing nude) because I need to feed my kids," Suleman told TMZ. "I need to pay the bills. And I'm still very cognizant of the repercussions of my choices."
Suleman makes no such admission, however, in her interview with Closer, instead choosing to focus on how "beautiful" and desired she is by men.
"I get way too much male attention, but I won’t date until the octuplets are 18 — I live for them now," she explained. "I wouldn’t rule out a relationship in the future. But now, when men look at me, I look away and they know not to approach me. I know I’m beautiful — I don’t need a man to tell me that.
To read the complete interview, go here.
Suleman was dubbed Octomom at the height of her notoriety in 2009. She was also offered a million dollars by Vivid Entertainment to star in an adult video. She turned it down.