LOS ANGELES, CA., USA Citing the fact that she believes Octomom's octuplets were conceived using eggs donated by the mother of the late King of Pop Michael Jackon's fourth child and egg donor for little "Blanket" Jackson, Jackson's mother today filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court demanding an equitable share of the Octomom's reality show contract.
A European production company has inked the deal with Octomom.The contracts filed Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court guarantee the children will collectively earn about $250,000 over three years.
Originally, Katherine sought physical custody of the purported eight half-siblings of Omer and "Blanket" but later balked at the idea of caring for eleven children and a young adult, citing her advanced age and poor health. She did, however, suggest strongly that custody be granted to her oldest daughter, Reebee, who she deemed, at a mere 59 years of age, much more able to keep up with the demands of that many infants.
Jackson rejects the notion that she is motivated by greed to be involved in the lives of the octuplets.