The infamous single mother of 14 known as Octomom may not have delivered fireworks when she stripped on the stage of a Hallandale gentlemen’s club, but her mere presence turned up the drama.
Process servers who strangely looked like strippers (see video above) managed to bypass heavy security and penetrate into the bowels of The Playhouse South club.
Then one of them served Octomom Nadya Suleman with a lawsuit while she rested from her first of two shows early Saturday.
Playhouse South owner Greg Louis said staff found a woman in his office who was trying to talk to Suleman into coming out a special dressing room set up just for her.
Suleman had locked herself in and wouldn’t come out.
Louis called 911 to report a trespassing, but the process server was identified and allowed to do her job.
“(The process server) looked like someone who could work for us, which probably explains how she got in my office without being asked where she was going,” Louis said, adding that he had beefed up security for the night.
The woman wouldn’t talk to Gossip Extra about her service.
The lawsuit, meanwhile, was filed in Palm Beach County by the owner of rival strip club T’s Lounge.
“We didn’t have a good address for her,” said T’s owner Gary Odle. “We wanted to serve her so that she could have her say in court.”
Suleman, whose delivery of octuplets in 2009 made her a worldwide celebrity, is being sued for reneging on a five-day contract at T’s.
A court hearing is scheduled in WPB in August.
Suleman is the only named defendant in the suit.
Suleman this year turned to stripping and porn after children services at home in California looked into allegations that she couldn’t afford to feed her family.