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Orlando Shaw, the Nashville father of 22 children by 14 different women may now get a reality show due to a video that went viral on the internet. He hopes the money will help him pay his child support.
Shaw owed thousands of dollars to the mothers of his children and the state of Tennessee.
Each month, more than $7,500 in social services has been spent on Shaw’s 22 children.
How does he explain so many kids?
“I was just young and ambitious and I love women. Hey, you can’t knock no man for loving a woman,” said Shaw.
Since his story first aired several things have changed for Shaw.
First, he wanted people to know that despite the shocking number of children he’s had and the amount of child support he owes, he was not a negligent father.
“I’m not a deadbeat. I’ve never been a deadbeat,” said Shaw, though he admitted he can’t possibly pay the child support he owes.
“I’m a devoted father to all of my children,” Shaw said.
He said there were too many fathers who were not involved in their children’s lives.
“Out of all of my children, all of their mothers can find me – or if they can’t find me, I’ll find them. I don’t play about with those children,” he said.
Shaw hoped to earn some money now with the opportunities presented by the viral video.
“I’ve had a lot of people from Hollywood calling me,” said Shaw.
In fact, he recently signed a production deal with a prominent Los Angeles agency for a reality show. Any money he does make on the show will be garnished to pay for his children.
Shaw shared more news about his larger than life family “I’m about to become a grandfather,” he said. Shaw had his first child at 14, and now his 16-year-old daughter is pregnant.