The IRS is going after Nadya Suleman, believing she shafted them out of profits from her porn video, which we are a little upset they reminded us was a thing.
While Octomom pleasured herself to the tune of six figures in earnings, the IRS is now taking pleasure (or at least doing its job) by demanding she pony up.
Nadya collected at least $116,000 in 2012 from the tape, and the feds want the baby factory to ante up all payroll records to show exactly what she made.
Clearly, they think she came up short and didn't finish ... her returns. Or something.
The red flag came when she pleaded no contest to welfare fraud charges in July.
Octomom was collecting benefits from the State of California despite earning more than the minimum of $144,000 a year to receive state assistance.