Octomom Nadya Suleman Flashes Boobs, Feeds "Baby" Vodka Hours After Child Case Dropped
Hours after the Orange County District Attorney's office (OCDA) disclosed a lack of evidence would prevent prosecuting Octomom Nadya Suleman for the child neglect and sexual abuse allegations leveled by former nannies in La Habra, the Woman of the Hour flashed her breasts and "fed" vodka to a baby doll.
If that sounds unheard of, consider many Catholic priests let off by prosecutors celebrate the exact same way.
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The eye-popping display was during the "Hot Mess" drag show at XL Nightclub in Hell's Kitchen, New York City, Friday night. The 37-year-old, DD-List celebrity was there to promote Vivid Entertainment's, Octomom Home Alone, a porn video whose "plot" involves her spending down time away from her 14 kids pleasuring herself.
Screen capture from Radar Online story about Nadya Suleman promoting porn video in New York Friday night.
Sitting in a white chair, Octo-Will-Do-Anything-For-Money clutched baby dolls close to her ample hooters, moving away to avoid having the formed plastic--I mean the dolls in this instance--pulled away by drag queens to expose all. She also pretended to feed a baby vodka, but RadarOnline reports Suleman seemed embarrassed by her porn clip that played.
That same morning, the OCDA said it would not prosecute Suleman based on the La Habra Police Department investigation. Radar repeats Octo-manager Gina Rodriguez's claim that the nannies' allegations are unfounded, that they are working together to squeeze money out of single, unemployed Suleman and that they will be sued for slander.
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