“It means so much to be the first one to get her… With this sort of thing, you have to be the first one out of the box.” -Gary Odle, owner of T’s Lounge
The obvious joke notwithstanding… Nadya Denise Doud-Suleman, the California mother of fourteen best known — okay, only known, really — for giving birth to eight children at once in January of 2009, is being sued for $15,000 for breaking her contract to strip at West Palm Beach, Florida’s T’s Lounge, and signing to perform at the nearby Playhouse Gentleman’s Club instead. She was contractually obligated to give T’s Lounge 35 days notice if she chose not to perform (she gave them 34), and was not permitted to strip anywhere within 50 miles for at least 90 days (she was supposed to do her thing at T’s Lounge last night, July 10, and will be taking it off at the Playhouse Gentleman’s Club on July 13, unless Odle can get the emergency injunction he seeks; but the driving distance between the two clubs, according to Google Maps, is just over 53 miles: whether that comes out to more or fewer than 50 miles as the ecdysiast flies, however, is another matter).
Okay, I do understand why Odle is suing: clearly, the Octomom in all her naked glory is something customers will pay dearly to see. The part I don’t understand is… the Octomom in all her naked glory is something customers will pay dearly to see??
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