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Posted on 07/08/2014 8:04:41 AM PDT by Morgana
FULL TITLE: Sherri Shepherd wants 'nothing to do' with unborn surrogate baby as reports emerge she used an egg donor to conceive
She had been excitedly anticipating the arrival of a baby carried by a surrogate - due in just a few weeks.
But following the acrimonious breakdown of her marriage to Lamar Sally, reports have emerged that Sherri Shepherd no longer wants anything to do with the unborn child.
And according to TMZ, the 47 year-old has no genetic connection to the infant who was conceived through IVF with an egg donor and her estranged husband's sperm.
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So what’s her plan? Abortion?
Oh, I see. Parenthood as a fashion choice, but ONLY if it’s totally convenient.
How absolutely stylish!
And morally bankrupt.
The child will be better off with someone who actually cares.
I pray the child finds a good home and a mom who is capable and willing to love it. Obviously, that one would view the kid as a throw away fashion accessory.
Several of the women on The View have had abortions. I believe this chick is one of them. If I’m not mistaken she has had at least two or three abortions.
Throw away a surrogate baby? I can believe it after abortion.
If she signed a contract with that surrogate mother to carry the baby for her, why wouldn’t she be financially responsible for the child’s well being?
“If she signed a contract with that surrogate mother to carry the baby for her, why wouldnt she be financially responsible for the childs well being?”
If stated in the contract, she would be financially responsible.
Assuming it is there, she is another Obamabot to whom the rules don’t apply....
did anyone ask the father if he wants his child?
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