Octomom Nadya Suleman poses with baby clothes for porn film ! How sick is that?!

Nadya Suleman, who was of course dubbed ‘Octomom’ after giving birth to eight babies following controversial infertility treatment, has appeared in a porn film for which she posed in front of a washing line full of baby clothes.

However, of the movie, which is entitled ‘Octomom: Home Alone’ Suleman claimed it could not be considered ‘porn’ as, “the only flesh I am touching is my own.”

Oh my god…

Suleman was of course once the darling of reality TV shows in the States, and was a regular on the chat show circuit, however, she’s also been the subject of hatred from people who consider her nothing more than a fame-hungry attention seeker who brought eight children into the world as “money making machines…”

However, interest in her soon waned, and she became flat broke. She was even evicted from the home that she shared with not only her eight babies but also her SIX older children.

The Sun reports that Suleman claims she made the film in order to “take care” of her family.

The paper reports, “In one shot, children’s clothes are seen hung on the line and scattered around Nadya as she sits bare-chested on a stool touching one of her breasts.

“Another distateful ‘motherly’ image shows Nadya doing the ironing in her lingerie.”

Suleman added, “All that matters is I take care of my family. If it’s a well-paying job, and it allows me to move into a safe home that they deserve, I’m going to do it.”

She was recently declared bankrupt, having failed to pay debts totaling around £600,000, and child protective services in the States became involved with the family amid claims that Suleman was neglecting her children.

So what are your thoughts on this film? Is it fair enough that she’s doing whatever she can to earn money? Or is it – as I believe – somewhat sick to pose in that manner around baby clothes?

I realise of course that there’s clearly nothing overtly paedophilic about the movie, but doesn’t it just hint a little bit at it?

Lynn is an editor and writer here at Unreality TV and is trained psychotherapist and the author of two books. She's addicted to soaps, period drama and reality TV shows such as X Factor, I'm A Celeb and Big Brother.