July 27, 2009

Octo-Mom inks reality show deal

Nadya Suleman -- the single, unemployed California woman who gave birth to octuplets last January -- has signed up her family to star in a reality TV show.

Usmagazine.com said documents filed in Los Angeles Superior Court last week indicate Suleman has signed agreements for each of her 14 children to earn $250 a day for appearing on the series, which is being produced by Eyeworks, the makers of The Biggest Loser and Breaking Bonaduce.

The contracts are subject to a judge's approval and guarantee the children will collectively earn nearly $250,000 during the next three years, the magazine said on its Web site.

The Suleman family is to begin taping the as-yet-unnamed series Sept. 1.

The Usmagazine.com report did not say what the Suleman matriarch is expected to be paid for the program.