Vivid Entertainment Offers Octomom Film Deal
Vivid Entertainment is willing to save Nadya Suleman's home from going into foreclosure...for a price. Octomom would have to star in an XXX film for the porn company.
Steven Hirsch, president of Vivid, heard about Suleman's looming foreclosure troubles and promptly fired off a letter to her. The document states that if the mother of 14 is willing to "get down and dirty" for a film, they will pay off the remaining mortgage on her home, a sum of nearly $460,000.
Hirsch carefully crafted the letter in an effort to make Nadya feel safe, assuring her that they have "extensive experience in working with beautiful and sexy women."
Nadya has until the end of the business day tomorrow to come up with a balloon payment for the total mortgage amount to Amer Haddadin, the owner of the home. If she is unable to raise the cash or secure other financing, he will start foreclosure proceedings.
We don't think Octo will subject herself or her children to the XXX film world. Social services is already watching her like a hawk.
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