According to documents filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, Nadya has signed agreements for each of her children to earn $250 a day while filming the reality TV show, which will be produced by Eyeworks – the same company behind Breaking Bonaduce and The Biggest Loser.
The contracts still need a judge’s approval, but if approved the children will collectively earn close to $250,000 over the next three years of filming – $125,000 for 36 days in year one, $75,000 for 21 days in year two and $50,000 for 14 days in year three.
Suleman’s lawyer, Jeff Czech, told Usmagazine.com in April that Nadya wanted to do a “not so intrusive [show]… to make a little income for herself.”
According to Czech, the reality show, which will begin taping September 1, could follow “Nadya dating, taking the kids to birthday parties, learning how to drive a 14-person van.”
Nadya, 33, gave birth to her octuplets in January and is also mother to six other children – ages ranging from two to seven.