Octomom Nadya Suleman Wants You to Give Her $150,000

Boxing, singing, stripping, junk selling, bar maiding, pillow fighting and (oxymoron alert) porn and horror acting Nadya Suleman is once again looking beyond the standard route to income--a steady job--to return to a familiar strategy for raising income.

That would be crying poor and asking strangers to help keep Octomom and her 14 children under shelter.

Meanwhile, this catch is single again, guys!

Saying she needs $150,000 for a new home after she long ago stopped making payments on her La Habra residence on Madonna Lane--leading to foreclosure last month--the 36-year-old single mom posted the following on GoFundMe.com:

Octomom Nadya Suleman Wants You to Give Her $150,000

Natalie, who has an uncanny knack for speaking out of both sides of her Botox-ringed mouth, filed for personal bankruptcy in Orange County Superior Court in April, citing $50,000 in assets and more than $1 million in debts.

And yet, she recently told E News! that she is financially stable and off welfare (after having previously having denied taking public assistance): "I am so grateful for all the amazing opportunities that have come my way and I am finally in a stable situation. I will keep working as much as I can to take care of my children."

Her next round of supposedly profitable "work" involves touring adult bookstores around the country to promote her new porno, The Joker's Got Fake Tits, Stretch Marks and a Large Brood Eating Paint Chips Off Bedroom Walls.

Check that: the title is Octomom Home Alone.

Speaking of alone, Suleman also just revealed she has ended her brief romance with a 23-year-old bodybuilder known for being nearly as adept at publicity whoring as Nads.

Hmmm, what would be a good name for a date-soliciting version of GoFundMe.com?

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