LOS ANGELES—Vivid Entertainment has offered prolific breeder Nadya “Octomom” Suleman a hosting gig at parties the famed production company will throw during the weekend of the upcoming 2011 AVN Awards.
Celebrity gossip site TMZ broke the news, reporting in a post published early Monday morning that Vivid founder and co-chairman Steven Hirsch had sent a letter containing the offer to Suleman’s attorney. No information was available on the amount being proffered Suleman .
"She's clearly not interested in a performing role with us and so we thought we'd take another approach and we're hoping that this one works as we think everyone will enjoy meeting her in Vegas," said Hirsch, responding to a query from AVN.
Suleman reportedly needs to come up with a $450,000 payment by Dec. 31 in order to remain in her house.
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