Octomom, a.k.a. Nadya Suleman, continued to soak up attention downplayed her stripper past during an interview with nationally syndicated radio host Big Boy.
"The only thing I'm going to say is we all have a past," Suleman said, "and I don't want to resurrect that. It's dead... but no, not like a career or job."
The National Enquirer reported Suleman quit exotic dancing after one night when she learned she had to give customers lap dances. Sorry if you've just gotten sick from envisioning Octomom grinding up in your business right now.
Nadya Suleman also slammed Angels in Waiting - the charity providing free childcare for her 14 children until she fired them earlier this week.
She called them spies and said "it was a scam. There was no money. They had no resources. They were placed in the house to try to set me up for failure."
Suleman says her home is "peaceful," these days, albeit challenging.
"It's harder for me to to really discipline and maintain that consistence with the older kids," lamented Octomom. "The babies are amazingly easy."
Seen here taking an important work call - just kidding, she doesn't work! - Octomom says she's not bothered by people's criticism of her lifestyle.
"Five years ago, it would be really hard because I'd be emotionally reacting to people's judgments, but because of the counseling I've been through, I've learned to become mindful... separate yourself from your body and what's happening."
She plans on being a single parent, and wouldn't introduce a man "to my kids ever," Suleman said. "I really don't see marriage in my future. "I've never believed in the institution of marriage. I'm a mom, 100 percent."
The insane mom, who has made money from selling her photos and story but is not currently employed, said she's "not capitalizing" on her kids.
"I'm using every resource I can secure to provide for my children. What else am I gonna do?" she said. "I'm not a burden on any taxpayer."
Whatever you say, Octomom. Click to enlarge more photos ...