Nadya "Octomom" Suleman, created a media firestorm back in 2009, when she gave birth to Octuplets, through In Vitro Fertilization, while being single, unemployed, with six other kids. The mother of 14 made a fetish video, modeled bikinis for Star magazine, and posed semi-nude for british tabloid, Closer. In 2012, she traded in diaper duty for the adult entertainment industry, starring in her very own self pleasure, Playboy style-esque, porno, "Octomom Home Alone", which won her the 2013 AVN award for "Best Celebrity SexTape". In the Wicked Pictures porn, she frolics around a poolside mansion, wearing sexy lingerie, and pleasures herself in a bubble bath surrounded by candles. Octo then went onto being a stripper at Playhouse gentlemen's club, and T's Lounge, in Florida. She stripped to the strains of Rihanna's S&M, and Birthday Cake, dressed as a Dominatrix, and a lollipop sucking naughty schoolgirl. The XXX pornstar also endorsed a pay-for-date website, "What's Your Price", and released a dance song, "Sexy Party", where she appeared topless on the album cover. In 2014 she was convicted for welfare fraud, for failing to report $30,000 from her porn and stripper earnings. Follow Octomom on Instagram @nataliesuleman #Octomom
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Exclusive interview with Nadia Suleman by reporter Bryan Seymour on Australian Current Affairs TV show Today Tonight. Broadcast October 4, 2010. The Octomom reveals her fight to keep her home, the truth about how many embryos she had implanted, her feelings towards men and the possibility of having more children.
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Parentification is also known as role reversal between parent and child. A child’s personal needs are sacrificed in order to take care of the needs of the parent. Chase, N. (1999). An overview of theory, research, and societal issues. In N. Chase (Ed.), Burdened children (pp. 3-33). New York, NY: Guilford.