After appearing on countless talk shows and cutting a deal with RadarOnline, Nadya Suleman hasn't tired of the public's probing and disapproving eye. The "world's most renowned postnatal celebrity" is currently the subject of OctoMom: Me & My Fourteen Kids, which is being filmed by a Dutch production company. “I’m damned if I do what I need to do with the media to support my kids, and I’m damned if I don’t,” Suleman says about her willingness to participate in the media circus. "If I don’t, I can’t take care of them." For 11 days of shooting, Suleman will receive a $250,000. The Angelina Jolie look-a-like, who studied for a master's degree in child psychology, denies that her pregnancy was a stunt, instead explaining that her frozen embryos were racking up storage bills. Rather than destroy the embryos, she simply "decided to take the chance" that they could lead to one or two or eight more children. One moral that Octomom hopes the public can take away: that a single mother can "earn a living with dignity, or at least a minimum of dignity, without resorting to public assistance."