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Parker-Broderick surrogate testifies in case

The woman who bore twin girls for Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick says she was living in a West Virginia motel around the time a police chief is accused of breaking into her eastern Ohio home.Michelle Ross says ultrasound photos and tax information were gone when she returned, and that some items were misplaced, including a plaster cast of her stomach made when pregnant with her own son
/ Source: The Associated Press

The woman who bore twin girls for Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick says she was living in a West Virginia motel around the time a police chief is accused of breaking into her eastern Ohio home.

Michelle Ross says ultrasound photos and tax information were gone when she returned, and that some items were misplaced, including a plaster cast of her stomach made when pregnant with her own son.

She testified Thursday in the trial of suspended police Chief Barry Carpenter of Martins Ferry. He is accused of breaking into her home in May and then trying to sell items related to the pregnancy to paparazzi with the help of a neighboring town's police chief.

Ross says the surrogacy agency moved her to the motel in May, when she was eight to nine months pregnant and uncomfortable.