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Octomom: No to porn, yes to PETA?

Faced with foreclosure, Nadya Suleman accepts $5,000 and vegan food donations from PETA in exchange for placing an embarrassing sign in her front yard

Owing $465,000 on her house and facing the threat of foreclosure, "Octomom" Nadya Suleman has accepted $5,000 from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals to put up a sign in her front yard reading "Don't Let Your Dog or Cat Become an 'Octomom.' Always Spay or Neuter." PETA is also offering a month's supply of veggie burgers and "veggie dogs" to help feed Suleman's 14 children. Suleman still has a pending offer from Vivid Entertainment that would pay off the entire mortgage on Suleman's house in exchange for starring in a pornographic film. "No porn, just PETA," says Suleman's lawyer Jeff Czech. "Nadya prefers animals over men." Whatever her preferences, Sulaman's trump card is that she's "a walking, laboring inspiration for all manner of marketing, let's say, innovators," says Addy Dugdale at Fast Company. Watch a report about the PETA deal below:

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