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Last year when there was some kind of strange demand for Octomom to perform at strip clubs, she was going to perform at T's in Palm Beach, FL. The staff rightfully made fun of the idea and Octo got her feelings hurt and canceled on the place and scheduled herself at a different venue. Well, the original place sued so Octo will be shaking whatever it is that she shakes on Valentine's Day weekend because nothing says sad like the stripper that has to work on Valentine's Day. Octo says this will be the last time she is going to strip and from now on she will just focus on trying to get more money from the State and federal governments to take care of her kids. The gig does pay $20K plus tips.
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