Sarah Jessica Parker has taken aim at journalists and photographers working to unearth personal information about the woman carrying the actress’ surrogate twins.
“(It’s) an extraordinary and unprecedented invasion of her privacy,” the actress said in an exclusive TV interview with Access Hollywood on Tuesday. “The most unsavoury things have been done. She’s had her phone hacked, her personal computer information hacked, she’s had threats against her and true harassment… She’s had friends threatened and family threatened and she’s had family of friends threatened.”
Sarah feels torn that she is not able to be of more assistance to the woman helping her bring her daughters into the world.
“It’s really incredibly upsetting to think of her so far away and me not being able to do something, beyond what I’m legally allowed to do,” she says. “She’s had a friend, who was thought to be her, chased down a highway… This friend is nine months pregnant.”
“It’s crossed lines… Pretty much all the lines have been crossed… There’s simply no excuse for doing this to somebody. It’s not acceptable.”
Sarah insists that despite recent tabloid reports that her surrogate is a “bisexual rocker” she and husband Matthew Broderick have made the right choice: “I’m beyond comfortable with who she is. We haven’t been reckless, we haven’t been cavalier. She hasn’t been reckless.”