Today in the world of Very, Very Serious Legal Battles: A strip club is trying to get an emergency injunction … to keep Octomom Nadya Suleman from stripping at a competing club. Suleman, you'll remember, was due to launch her stripping career at T's Lounge in West Palm Beach with a series of eight shows that were to begin tonight. But after one of the club's bartenders called her "crazy" in a TV interview, Suleman canceled the gigs just days after signing the contract. Now she's due to appear at the nearby Playhouse Gentleman's Club on Friday—unless the injunction stops her.
T's Lounge says Suleman was required by contract to give 35 days' notice of cancellation, and only gave 34 days' notice. The lawsuit also claims Suleman is barred, per the contract, from appearing within 50 miles and 90 days of the T's Lounge gigs. The club wants more than $15,000, seeing as the lack of an Octomom strip show caused "irreparable harm." (After all, you're heartbroken about it, right?) Suleman has been summoned to court, but no date has been set for a hearing, the AP reports.