Officials Arrested In SJP Case
Sarah Jessica Parker's surrogate news leak has resulted in the arrest of three men -- including two local police chiefs and a mayor's son. The SJP scandal has rocked a small Ohio town.
Martins Ferry Police Chief Barry Carpenter, Bridgeport Police
Chief Chad Dojack and Bruce Callarik -- the son of Bridgeport's mayor and Dojack's father-in-law -- were booked at the Belmont County jail on undisclosed charges involving Sarah Jessica Parker's baby surrogate.
Authorities decline to say exactly what those charges are. However, a special prosecutor has reportedly been investigating whether or not they illegally entered the home of the surrogate mother,
who gave birth to twins earlier this summer on behalf of actors Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick.
Here's the alleged plan: The two chiefs supposedly masterminded a burglary of info to sell to the tabloids -- stuff like answering machine messages from Sarah. Word is, the deal fell through
when the trio got greedy, doubling their original asking price of $15,000 to $30,000.
"I'm 100 percent innocent in this, and my department is as well," Carpenter claims.
Prior to the June birth of twin daughters Marion and Tabitha, Sarah expressed concern that tabloid media outlets were harrassing the
unnamed surrogate, as well as her family and friends.
"Obviously, there are those who don't care about her or her health and safety, or my children's health and safety," said SJP, "and that they should go to term and not go into an early labor and,
God forbid, suffer all the things that can happen. That is a real possibility."
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