A Florida strip club has decided that if Nayda Suleman doesn't strip for them, then she shouldn't strip anywhere!
At least not anywhere nearby.
The pop-culture pariah known as Octomom has been sued by T's Lounge in West Palm Beach, where the ownership is angry that she backed out of an eight-show deal and is now planning to perform at another club, E! News confirmed Tuesday.
So, what does T's Lounge want in addition to an injunction preventing its competitor from capitalizing on Suleman's, ahem, fame?
The plaintiff wants at least $15,000 for the trouble of hiring, then losing, Suleman to the Playboy Gentleman's Club in Hollywood, Fla. The true damages are "unascertainable," the suit laments.
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 of the gig, which was supposed to run July 11-14. Furthermore, the complaint continues, her contract also prevented her from performing at another club within 50 miles of T's Lounge and within 90 days of her scheduled shows.
"It means so much to be the first one to get her nationwide," T's Lounge owner Gary Odle told the Palm Beach Post. "With this sort of thing, you have to be the first one out of the box."
"There was no malicious intent" behind the "crazy" comment, he added.
Suleman's rep said last month that the mother of 14 canceled on the club via text, two days after signing the deal, because a bartender from the venue had called her "crazy" during a local TV news interview and Suleman feared for her safety.
Pending a judge's intervention, interested patrons can go to the Playboy Gentleman's Club on Friday to "see Octomom take it off," or so goes the current ad slogan.
Odle also told the paper that Suleman is still welcome on the T's Lounge stage should she change her mind and want to make up.
Suleman's rep has not returned a request for comment.