LOS ANGELES - Will the Octo-madness never stop?
After failing to interest Nadya Suleman in a $1 million offer to perform in a porn flick, Vivid Entertainment has now come up with a second pitch.
"We are already in talks to create a reality series with you that would also include the Vivid Girls working as nannies in your home," Vivid co-chairman Steven Hirsch wrote in a letter to Suleman. "Our girls love babies and our very nurturing. They are very excited about the prospect of meeting you and the babies and even offering you tips on how to improve your love life."
Hirsch is still prepared to give Octomom $1 million, plus health insurance for all of the octo-offspring. And this time, he's throwing in "a custom bus big enough for [Octomom] and the kids."
Suleman laughed off Hirsch's previous proposal. The publicity has inspired a rival offer from Pink Visual ("don't do it - we'll give you free diapers!") and a porn spoof from Devil's Film called Coctomom.
"We want you to know that we remain concerned about your future and that of your children," Hirsch wrote.