[UPDATED] Octomom Nadya Suleman Whips Up Some Work . . . In a Fetish Video With a Guy in a Diaper

[UPDATED] Octomom Nadya Suleman Whips Up Some Work . . . In a Fetish Video With a Guy in a Diaper

Update, Jan. 20, 4:33 p.m.:

The lawyer for Octomom

Nadya Suleman

of La Habra released a statement that says her fetish video is "disgusting," was filmed as a "joke," she was "tricked" into doing it, and she "regrets her actions."

"I personally had nothing to do with it and find it disgusting, unfunny, bizarre and just plain dumb," reads the statement from Suleman's attorney, Jeff Czech.

"I believe Nadya was somewhat tricked into filming the video," Czech says, "and I know for certain she no longer believes the video is worth a laugh and deeply regrets her actions."

Tricked? Hmmm. Seems like she worked out some lines, costuming, stage direction and possibly even rehearsal before shooting the thing. Surely, she had time to think about what she was doing.

The Los Angeles Times first posted the Czech statement. Speaking of which: Anyone else notice how the mother of 14's attorney issued it after the media started calling county child protectors about the stunt?

Update, Jan. 20, 10 a.m.:

As promised, the


site has posted the video of Octomom getting her S&M fetish on with radio comic


inside her La Habra home.

Meanwhile, FOX News contacted the Orange County Social Services Agency to find out how Suleman gets away with this shit.

Terry Lynn Fisher, the child welfare agency's public information officer, would not confirm for the FOX station whether Suleman is under investigation, adding that certain parameters must be met before a probe can be launched.

"Allegations of abuse or neglect must rise to the legal level and descriptions of abuse or neglect," Fisher explained. "Having said that, all of our social workers take all child abuse reports very seriously, and they respond appropriately within the parameters of the law."

To see what may be entered as evidence in such an investigation, we turn to TMZ.

I don't believe I will ever get the grating words "Tattoo want spanky" out of my head. On the other end of the whip, Suleman proves she not only looks like Angelina Jolie, but she also has the same acting chops.

Update, Jan.19, 9:53 a.m.: A photo from Octomom Nadya Suleman's fetish video shoot is lighting up the Interwebs today. As it turns out, the La Habra mother of 14's "whipee" is her frequent partner-in-publicity-stunts, KISS-FM Power 106 comic "Tattoo."

Commenters here and elsewhere have criticized the In-Vitroed One for filming in her home, surrounded by her kids' toys and, possibly, her kids. Many ask: What kind of message is mom sending whipping a "baby"?

Momma needs a new pair of Jimmy Choo's?

See the full shot, complete with whipee, at TMZ. Harvey Levin's gossip site promises video tomorrow.

Original Post, Jan. 18, 1:15 p.m.: Octomom Nadya Suleman may not be the only La Habra mother to star in a fetish video whipping a grown man wearing a baby diaper and a bonnet, but she no doubt is the only La Habra mother of 14 to have done so.

The video, apparently shot in a Southern California home recently, is said to show Suleman in a black corset and black leggings.

And, TMZ adds, "her body is kinda smokin'."

Obviously picturing the Octo-haters out there, Suleman "whips the dude in the diaper, so much so he has welts on his back," reports TMZ, which claims the video is being shopped for sale.

As previously reported here, San Fernando Valley porn company Vivid Entertainment has repeatedly sought to help the cash-strapped Octomom out by having her appear in or work behind the camera on one of its productions. And a different fetish company offered Suleman $20,000 to wash her hair and be tickled on camera.

Octomom refused those overtures. Guess they should've offered her a whip.

Not a screen grab, but an amazing re-creation.
Not a screen grab, but an amazing re-creation.

Not a screen grab, but an amazing re-creation.


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