In the wake of Octomom Nadya Suleman's decision not to show any T&A in their club, T's Lounge is suing her to make she sure she doesn't take her assets elsewhere.
T's Lounge wants at least $15,000 for the trouble of hiring, then losing, Nadya Suleman to rival Playboy Gentleman's Club in Hollywood, Fla., which secured her "services" after she unceremoniously bailed on T's last month.
The true damages are "unascertainable," the suit laments ... but $15K will do it.
Octomom bailed on the gig amid trash talk from T's strippers, she says. The club denies this, but says regardless, she can't strip in the area for at least 90 days.
Also, per the lawsuit, her contract stipulated that she needed to give 35 days' notice if she intended to cancel, and that she only gave them 34 before pulling out.
"It means so much to be the first one to get her," T's owner Gary Odle said to the Palm Beach Post. "With this sort of thing, you have to be first out of the box."
Probably Wicked Pictures' rationale for fast-tracking the Octomom porn film.
Barring a judge's intervention, hornballs/gawkers can still go to the Playboy Gentleman's Club on Friday to "see Octomom take it off," or so their ads say.