Child Labor

Octomom Inks Reality TV Deal

One reality TV show about raising eight plus children really wasn't enough. Camera-loving Nadya Suleman, a.k.a. Octomom, has reportedly signed up each of her 14 kids to star in a series of their own. The deal was inked with Eyewitness, a European production company whose TV credits include the classic Breaking Bonaduce as well as The Biggest Loser. The contracts, which are awaiting a judge's approval, guarantee that the kids will collectively earn about $250,000 over three years—though 15 percent of their earnings will be stored in a "Coogan Trust Account," as required by California law, which can only be accessed once the children turn 18 or become legally emancipated. The show is set to begin filming September 1.