“Octomom” Nadya Suleman is ready to make a comeback, after struggling with drug addiction, filming a porn video, and becoming a stripper to make ends meet.

The mother of 14, is shopping around for a reality TV show, since turning her life around, Radar Online reported.

“Since then, she’s tried to keep her octuplets and other six kids out of the spotlight,” a source told the news outlet. “Now she’s ready to make a comeback, but her brand is still so toxic that no network is interested!”

Ten years after the birth of her octuplets, Suleman, 43, was thrown into the media spotlight and criticized for taking benefits to support her family. She had six other children at the time. All of her children were born via IVF, and she was one of two mothers to successfully birth octuplets in the U.S. at the time.

“I got so much bad press about being on benefits that I decided to exploit myself by posing for photoshoots, and I even did some porn to make money,” Suleman told Radar Online, “But I hated it and was stressed out all the time; I relied on painkillers and drink to cope.”

Suleman was sentenced to two years’ probation, 200 hours of community service, and ordered to pay $26,000 for welfare fraud that she allegedly illegally claimed.

Today, Suleman has a bachelor’s degree in child development and works as a counselor, the New York Post reported.

Her children have a vegan lifestyle, and she regularly posts on social media about their lives. To make ends meet, Suleman told the Daily Mail that she lives a modest lifestyle, has government assistance, and get residuals from her adult film.

Suleman told Inside Edition that her days of having more children are over.

Octomom A look at "Octomom" Nadya Suleman 10 years after giving birth to her octuplets. Octomum Nadya Suleman and her large family plus helpers launch their signature Milkshake at 'Millions of Milkshakes' on November 10, 2010 in West Hollywood, California. Photo: Getty Images/Toby Canham