Nadya Suleman, better known as the Octomom, has gone off welfare and has her forays into the world of adult entertainment to thank for it. She's been able to extend her 15 minutes of fame and return her family of 14 children to financial stability because of her excursions into soft-core pornography and stripping.

The celebrity gossip site TMZ reported the Octomom's government assistance cycle ended after three month and she chose not to renew it. There's speculation she may be raking in as much as six figures.

TMZ had previously reported the cash-strapped Suleman was given $2,000 each month to support her kids. She signed up for welfare benefits in March after declaring in 2010 that she'd never ask for government helped despite just giving birth to eight children.

For a time, Octomom was sending her kids to private school. She subsequently saved herself $4,000 a month by pulling them out.

The Octomom starred in an X-rated film that was released by Wicked Entertainment in June, as noted by Gawker. The movie, coyly titled Octomom: Home Alone, features her in erotic vignettes that take playful aim at different aspects of her Octomom persona.

Around the time she first signed up for welfare, an adult-film company executive reportedly contacted Octomom with the news that her porn stock is plummeting, in the words of TMZ. She had been offered $1 million to star in a movie that depicted her having sex with a man in 2009, but she turned it down. The following year, she was offered half that price for the same task, but in March of this year she was offered only $100,000 for three scenes.

Adult entertainment isn't the only way she's gotten paid, though. In June of last year, the Octomom signed onto participate in Foxy Boxing, according to Radar Online. She won a match against the so-called Long Island Lolita, Amy Fisher. Fisher is best known for shooting and severely wounding Mary Jo Buttafuoco when she was a teenager.  

Before that, the Octomom sold access to Radar and the National Enquirer for pictures of her then-infants. But when her reality show fell through, so did the money from those tabloids.

The Octomom, who is 37, apparently will pursue a singing career now that she's financially stable, reported E! Online.