Flat broke Nadya Suleman, better known as "Octomom," created a lot of buzz recently by turning to a new porn and stripping career and according to her, it was the Orange County (Calif.) Child Protective Services that encouraged her to do so.

Suleman filed for bankruptcy in April and after that the financially struggling single mother of 14 children appeared in an erotic solo video. She posed topless and allegedly made personal appearances at strip clubs in an effort look after her family.

"They're on my side-they're supporters," Suleman told FoxNews in an interview. "It's ironic. Once I talked with a CPS worker in regards to the adult stuff, she was like, 'Are you really doing that?' Well, it's not illegal. More power to you!' So it was almost like a green light-like, 'Do what you need to do to take care of your family.' They were supportive. It was funny."

According to a representative for the Orange County (Calif.) Social Services Agency, which includes Children and Family Services, parents do have "a wide latitude" in terms of suitable employment options to support their families.

"The Social Services Agency makes every effort to help children be safe in their own homes with their own families whenever possible," FoxNews quoted Terry Lynn Fisher, Public Information Officer for OCSSA, as saying.

"The law allows a wide latitude in parenting styles and in parenting vocations. I don't think that anybody would ever want it any other way. So as long as children remain free from harm or danger, where there's no imminent risk of harm or danger to the child, then the Social Services Agency would not become involved," Fisher added.

However, Fisher declined to comment on specific cases. She didn't even confirm or deny that the Social Services Agency had ever contacted Suleman.

"Regardless of their employment, parents have a responsibility to provide care and supervision of their children in a safe environment free from abuse and neglect," Michael Weston, a spokesperson for California Department of Social Services, told FoxNews.

Apart from getting into the adult entertainment industry, Suleman also set up a page on GoFundMe.com, where people can donate money directly to her to help her raise a down-payment for a new home.

Since its launch July 28, Suleman has managed to raise only $2754, whereas she needs $150,000.

However, the mother of 14 is still hopeful.

"If someone donated $1 or $5, I'm grateful. Anything is helpful," said Suleman. "Because even if I'm doing OK, with 14 kids you can never have enough help. They deserve the best, so any donation is really appreciated."

"I'm very, very, very grateful to the positive supporters out there because, unbeknownst to me, there are many. There are more supporters than negative people out there," she said.

Read the entire interview of Nadya Suleman with FoxNews here.