Dolezal's Next Move: Reality TV?
There's also a $50K porn offer on the table
By Arden Dier,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 18, 2015 9:22 AM CDT
In this image released by NBC News, former NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal appears on the "Today" show set on Tuesday in New York.   (Anthony Quintano/NBC News via AP)
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(Newser) – Days after stepping down from her post at the NAACP, Rachel Dolezal may already be in talks for a new gig: her own reality show. Dolezal has reportedly been "offered two reality shows from different production companies," a source tells Radar Online. "The offers were made last week along with several others that were just outrageous." While it isn't clear if Dolezal is interested, the source says she's looking for an agent or publicist and "is going to be hiring a professional team in the next few days." Dolezal's alleged goal? "To use all of the publicity to raise awareness about race relations," adds the source.

Should a reality show make it to air, it isn't clear if it'll have an audience. Twitter users are up in arms, with at least one claiming she'll "boycott any station that airs it." As for those "outrageous" offers the source noted, Complex seems to have uncovered one, reporting that Dolezal has been offered $50,000 from a company called Dogfart to shoot four porn scenes for its various websites focusing on black women. "She will be given creative control and get to choose the talent she works with," the company says in a statement. "We hope she seriously considers this offer." (Meanwhile, Dolezal says there's no biological proof her white parents birthed her.)
 

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