Bars Brawl For Octomom Striptease Debut

‘Octomom’ Nadya Suleman’s naughty parts are causing a ruckus for two bars in neighboring Southern Florida Counties over the rights to her debut as a stripper that was announced last month reports the Palm Beach Post.

Octomom’s debut performance as a stripper, scheduled to coincide with the release of her first porn DVD, “Octomom: Home Alone,” was set to occur at T’s Lounge this week in West Palm Beach, Florida. Two days after signing a contract with the club’s owner to do eight performances, according to reports from WPTV, Nadya’s rep sent a text to the owner stating:

“Dance gig is canceled after Michelle the manager or employee of club made comments about Nadya saying she is crazy etc and Nadya is now not doing that club ever.”

Apparently one of the employees of the club had mentioned in a local TV news interview that:

“She must be a little crazy. Normal people don’t have that many children.”

Last week, Gary Odle, the owner of T’s Lounge, found out Suleman would be making her debut this Friday at The Playhouse South in Hollywood, Fl.

Odle wants a Palm Beach County Circuit Court judge to step in and stop Octomom from performing at the Broward County Playhouse South:

“I was supposed to be the first, and no one else around here was supposed to get her. It means so much to be the first one to get her nationwide. With this sort of thing, you have to be the first one out of the box.”

The T’s Lounge contract had a provision that kept Octomom from performing at any other strip club within 50 miles of the West Palm Beach club, 90 days before or after her appearance there.

According to the lawsuit:

“As there can only be one ‘1st Feature Dance Performance’ it would be impractical, if not impossible, to establish damages if Suleman dances elsewhere.”

Since the text sent by Nadya’s rep was one day shy of the 35 day prior day cancellation allowance, she should have to compensate T’s Lounge for the costs of replacing her.

Bars Brawl Over Rights to Octomom Strip Debut