LA HABRA, Calif. (AP) — A Southern California porn king won't be buying "Octomom" Nadya Suleman's house.

In a statement Wednesday, Vivid Entertainment founder Steven Hirsch says his adult entertainment company wanted to help Suleman but she rejected its offer to pay off her mortgage.

That means Suleman still owes the La Habra home's owner Amer Haddadin (ah-mer Ha-da-deen) $450,000 in a balloon payment.

Haddadin's spokesman Victor Munoz says the homeowner is back to square one and is considering suing Suleman to evict her. Munoz says Haddadin's credit is being ruined by Suleman's late payments.

Suleman's lawyer Jeff Czech says she wants nothing to do with Vivid. Czech says Suleman knows she's in no position to turn down a gift but she believes she's making the right decision.