Palm Beach Judge: Octomom Stripping Dispute is no Legal Emergency!

A Palm Beach County judge has refused to hear an emergency motion to keep Nadya Suleman from stripping in Broward County.

Octomom plans to start stripper's career in Florida

Octomom, two years ago with two of her eight newborns

Unless another motion is filed at the last minute, Suleman – aka Octomom – will be allowed to appear topless at the Hallandale strip club The Playhouse South Friday night for two brief stage shows.

The owner of the West Palm Beach full nudity bar T’s Lounge filed an injunction to prevent Suleman, the single mom who famously delivered eight children in 2009, from appearing at The Playhouse.

In the paperwork, T’s Gary Ogle included a contract signed by the 36-year-old Suleman showing she was supposed to appear at T’s exclusively from tonight through the weekend.

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A few days after signing for what was to be her first strip-tease gig, Suleman said she didn’t appreciate T’s staffers talking about her to the local media and cancelled.

She then signed another contract at appear at The Playhouse for one night only.

In his decision, Judge Timothy McCarty wrote he denied the motion for the emergency hearing because “the matter does not constitute a legal emergency.”

Said Odle: “We lost round one. We’ll file round two tomorrow.”

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