Former Miami cop-turned-judge Alex Ferrer, host of the Judge Alex television show, has invited Octomom to settle the lawsuit brought against her by a West Palm Beach strip bar on his nationally-syndicated TV show!
While Octomom Nadya Suleman tentatively agreed, the owner of the Congress Avenue mammary Mecca T’s Lounge put the kibosh on the project!
“I have no guarantee that she’ll show up,” Gary Odle tells Gossip Extra. ”She had a contract to perform at my club and she never showed up. I kicked around the idea of flying to Los Angeles to do Judge Alex but it’s not a good idea.”
Odle says Judge Alex producers offered to pay him a $5,000-settlement if Ferrer sides with him and T’s Lounge. If Suleman, the single mom of 14 who made worldwide news in 2009 when she gave birth to eight babies in one sitting, were to win she’d also get $5,000.
Miamian Ferrer has been hosting the courtroom reality series since 2005. It airs on WBFS-Channel 33 in Miami-Dade and Broward and on WTCN-Channel 15 in the West Palm Beach/Treasure Coast market.
The catch, says Odle, is that both parties would have to sign an agreement that Ferrer’s verdict would be final, and that the case filed by Odle with the Palm Beach County court system would be dismissed.
Odle filed a lawsuit against Suleman in July when she made her pole-dancing debuts in a Hallandale strip club instead of T’s.
“What I want is to have Nadya fulfill her contract, a five-night appearance,” Odle said. “I’m not interested in Judge Alex‘s $5,000!”
The show’s producer hasn’t returned calls for comment.