First Octo-Mom got dissed, now she's getting sued.
The real life star has got 99 problems and a lawsuit IS one.
A Florida strip club is pressing charges against Nadya Suleman for backing out of their signed agreement to guest strip at their adult club. They have also filed an emergency injunction to keep the Octo from appearing in competing strip clubs.
It is unclear whether the matter will be resolved before Octo's appearance at The Playhouse Gentleman's Club in Hollywood on Friday.
The drama happened after a bartender at T's Lounge said on television that she thought Octo-Mom was "crazy."
Octo-Mom did not like that and cancelled her appearance.
But apparently her contract said she must give 35 days' notice. The lawsuit says she only gave 34.
T's Lounge is suing for an amount in excess of $15,000 which we're pretty sure Octo-Mom does not have.
T's Lounge's lawsuit comes right before Octo-Mom's scheduled appearance at a nearby strip club.
Its ads have popped up lately.
Here's what they say:
"Come See Octomom Take it Off"
No, thank you.