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Sarah Jessica Parker's Surrogate Robbed by the Police

By Whit Honea |


Well, it’s official: You can’t trust anyone.

Two police chiefs from Ohio are being investigated after allegedly breaking into the home of the surrogate mother for Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick. The woman is carrying twins for the couple.

Two. Police. Chiefs. What the hell? The men in question, Barry Carpenter and Chad DoJack, are the chiefs of Martins Ferry and Bridgeport, respectively. Apparently the pair had plans to find some info on the woman that they could sell to the tabloids.

According to the local station WTRF-TV the woman no longer lives in the house in question.

Parker and Broderick have not issues a comment.



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Whit Honea is an award-winning writer living in the greater Los Angeles area with his wife, two boys, and too many pets. His personal blog, Honea Express, is updated quarterly (give or take.) Read bio and latest posts → Read Whit Honea's latest posts →

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7 thoughts on “Sarah Jessica Parker's Surrogate Robbed by the Police

  1. Dan says:

    Isn’t that one of the perks of being in the police? I thought you were allowed to have a poke about wherever you wanted.

  2. Whit says:

    That’s Scotland Yard.

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