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Octomom impregnated by demon in movie

If you're going to have 14 kids, no spouse, and no job, you're going to have to get resourceful.Nadya Suleman, the mom of multiples who was dubbed "Octomom" after she gave birth to octuplets in January 2009, has done all kinds of things for money. She's even put a sign promoting animal birth control ("Don't let your dog or cat become an octomom") in her yard. Of the house that may not be hers for
/ Source: TODAY.com

If you're going to have 14 kids, no spouse, and no job, you're going to have to get resourceful.

Nadya Suleman, the mom of multiples who was dubbed "Octomom" after she gave birth to octuplets in January 2009, has done all kinds of things for money. She's even put a sign promoting animal birth control ("Don't let your dog or cat become an octomom") in her yard. Of the house that may not be hers for much longer, since all reports are it has a gigantic and ill-advised balloon payment.

Suleman has so far refused reported offers for her to act in a pornographic movie, but other films are more acceptable. TMZ.com posted this teaser for a low-budget horror movie that Suleman is starring in. It's called "Millennium" (not to be confused with the excellent Lance Henriksen TV series from the 1990s) and TMZ reports that Suleman plays a woman impregnated by a demon.

With eight little cloven-hooved babies? It's not clear from the teaser, which does show Suleman doing a pretty good horror-movie-victim whimper while lying on the ground in a parking garage and also nearly slitting her own throat with a giant butcher knife.

A source who provided an on-set photo to website Nuke the Fridge told the site "(Suleman) was a pleasure to work with, focused and professional, on time and full of energy ... she even did her own stunts." The source added, "yes, she is a wee bit crazy. What actress isn't?"

"Millennium" is scheduled to be released — somewhere, though probably not your local mall multiplex — in 2012.

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