Nadya Suleman, a.k.a. Octomom, is being sued. That's not surprising. Nor is it shocking that mega-mouthpiece lawyer Gloria Allred is representing them.
The high-powered blowhard is letting everyone know she has been hired in the secret case against Nadya Suleman, but she wouldn't reveal who or why.
That is, not until she held a giant press conference to assure the maximum amount of attention when giving away all the juicy details, of course.
All Gloria Allred said going into the Monday morning media circus was that she is doing this "in an attempt to protect Nadya Suleman's children."
It turns out the petition was filed on behalf of Paul Peterson, a former child actor and an active, outspoken child labor advocate for decades.
Gloria Allred is helping Paul Peterson, a former child star and known child labor advocate, take on the human clown car in a new lawsuit. Ding, ding!
Peterson, a former Mickey Mouse Club star, has been instrumental in passing several laws designed to protect children in the entertainment industry.
Concerns about the octuplets and the circus outside and inside Suleman's home have arisen since the octuplets came home and Octomom inked a reality show deal.
"This action we have taken by filing the petition in the Superior Court today is in the best interests of the babies," said Octo-nemesis Gloria Allred.
"There are laws, regulations and guidelines for even the youngest child employed in the entertainment business in California," Peterson added.
"The income of children employed in the entertainment industry is their own; 10 percent of the money must be saved until the age of majority. I want a guardian appointed for the estate of the octuplets to protect their earnings."
Nadya Suleman's attorney, Jeff Czech, calls the octuplets "incidental" to her ability to attain income from media and entertainment.
What a world.