Octomom sued for deciding not to dance topless
Nadya "Octomom" Suleman has decided not to strip.
And now the mother of 14 is facing a lawsuit after backing out of her deal with a Florida strip club.
T's Lounge in West Palm Beach has sued Suleman, who had agreed to dance topless in eight shows that were to begin today, reports AP. The club is seeking an emergency injunction to keep her from appearing at a competing club. She's set to take the stage at Playhouse Gentleman's Club in Hollywood, Fla., on Friday.
Suleman has been summoned to appear in court, but no hearing has yet been set.
At issue: Suleman signed a contract June 3 to appear at T's Lounge in what was being billed as her "first feature dance appearance." Two days later, a rep for Suleman sent notice she was canceling because she was mad about a television interview in which a club bartender called her "crazy."
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