Sarah Jessica Parker surrogate’s home burglarized
MARTINS FERRY, Ohio (AP) – Two Ohio police chiefs are being investigated in a suspected burglary aimed at supplying a tabloid with photos and other information about the surrogate mother carrying twins for Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, an official told The Associated Press on Thursday.
The alleged burglary took place in mid-May in the eastern Ohio town of Martins Ferry, and the allegations against Police Chief Barry Carpenter and Bridgeport Police Chief Chad DoJack surfaced about a week later.
The targets were “pictures, phone messages, all those things” at the home of the surrogate, Michelle Ross, who is no longer believed to be staying in the Martins Ferry area, the official said.
Parker, the 44-year-old star of the TV show and film “Sex and the City,” and Broderick, her 47-year-old husband and fellow actor, have confirmed they’re expecting twin daughters by a surrogate because they’re unable to conceive since Parker gave birth to a son, who is now 6.