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OctoMom & The House that Porn Saved (For Now)

Suleman's La Habra home (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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Vegas party hostess? Production assistant for adult films? Probably not the kinds of jobs a mother of 14 seeks out, or gets offered readily, but the latter is the latest offer for "OctoMom" Nadya Suleman, who has had her February mortgage payment paid by Steve Hirsch of porn company Vivid Entertainment, says the Daily Breeze. Still, Suleman, whose brood includes a toddler set of octuplets, refuses to appear in an adult film, and still can't make the balloon payment on her La Habra home.Hirsch went right to the note holder for the Suleman home, Amer Haddadin, who says Suleman still owes $450,000 for the house. The Vivid exec says they are continuing to consider the possibility of paying the note for Suleman.

This temporary save is the second for Suleman, who has been threatened with eviction multiple times; last year the animal rights' activist group PETA paid the tabloid-fodder mama $5000 to put a self-mocking sign about spaying and neutering on her front lawn, and Suleman held a yard sale of "collectibles" to raise funds.

Suleman has not said if she will take up Hirsch's offer for positions in his company.