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Octomom Will Do Porn!

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Tue, May 1, 2012 at 8:00 AM

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Updated at the bottom: Looks like she will indeed.

We told you she'd come around. Perhaps she was worn down.

Octomom Nadya Suleman had a bad month. She filed for bankruptcy yesterday. Her home was also set to be auctioned off, but that was postponed for a week. And she was recently visited by child welfare authorities, who sniffed around her house but apparently left satisfied all was well for her 14 kids.

Now our friend from La Habra is actually considering that porn career constantly dangled before her:

Suleman told HLN's Showbiz Tonight that she would do adult video, but ...

... I would not kiss somebody. I wouldn't touch somebody.

Huh? What is this, mime porn?

But then she added:

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If the opportunity comes up, I'm going to be the first to -- I'm gonna eat my words because all that matters is I take care of my family. If it's a job and it's a well-paying job and it's going to allow me to get us out of here and (into) a very safe, huge home that they deserve, I'm going to do it.

The world's biggest porn studio, L.A.'s Vivid Entertainment, had originally offered to buy her $450,000 home and even said it would employ her behind the scenes at its offices.

Her lawyer told us previously that "Nadya simply wants nothing to do with Vivid."

But Vivid seems to have changed its mind:

As Suleman has inched closer to adult work, including bizarre fetish photos and near-nude pics for a European magazine, Vivid seems to have recoiled like a man at the bar whose beer goggles are starting to wear off.

Its last offer that we know about, as told to the Weekly by Vivid itself, was $100,000 for three "hardcore" scenes.

Now, that's a far cry from no-kissing, no-touching. Let the negotiations begin.

[Update at 11:48 a.m.]: TMZ reported early this morning that Suleman will indeed do porn, albeit of the solo variety. The site is calling it a "masturbation video." It's not clear if Vivid Entertainment is involved.

[With reporting from City News Service / @dennisjromero / djromero@laweekly.com / @LAWeeklyNews]

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