Police Chiefs In Ohio Allegedly Under Investigation Over Break In At Home Of Sarah Jessica Parker’s Surrogate

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Police chiefs in Martins Ferry and Bridgeport, Ohio, are reportedly under investigation by the Bureau of Criminal Investigation over a break in of the woman carrying twins for Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick.

According to WTRF 7 News, the CBS affiliate in the Ohio Valley, the allegations are that the two police chiefs were behind the break in of the home the surrogate was staying in and that they allegedly attempted to sell information to a tabloid.

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The woman carrying Parker's twins is reportedly no longer living in the home where the break in occurred.

Authorities could not confirm to the station the details of the case, however, WTRF reported that both the chiefs are aware of the investigation. The station reports the two men said they are working with the BCI; neither has been charged.

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