Octuplet's mom's story to earn $ 2 mn
London, Feb 2: A woman, who gave birth to octuplets last week, has become the most sought after guest on television, as producers are hastily trying to secure her first interview.
Nadya Suleman reportedly hopes to earn as much as 2 million dollars by selling her story, amid claims that she desperately needs the money to care for her 14-strong family.
According to reports, some of the biggest names in US television, including Oprah Winfrey, CBS's Katie Couric and Diane Sawyer of ABC, are all vying to be the first one to get her on their shows.
Also, it has been claimed that the woman, who was already a mother of six before the octuplets, wants to get commercial sponsorship, such as free nappies.
In fact, the lady in question also wants to start a new career as a TV childcare expert.
Suleman's six boys and two girls born on Jan 26, are only the second case of surviving octuplets in the US.