Sarah Jessica Parker scared for safety of surrogate

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick (Getty)

By Julie Gordon

Sarah Jessica Parker is scared for the safety of the surrogate carrying her twin girls.

“She’s had her phone hacked, her personal computer information hacked, she’s had threats against her and true harassment,” Parker, 44, told “Access Hollywood.”

The West Village resident said it “keeps me up every night” to think about the damage that fear and stress can do to a pregnant woman. She said it is a “real possibility” that the surrogate will go into early labor.Earlier this month, Star magazine revealed the identity of the surrogate, saying she’s

bisexual and into fetish gear. Parker called reports “slander and libel.”

“I’m beyond comfortable with who she is,” Parker said. “We haven’t been reckless, we haven’t been cavalier. She hasn’t been reckless."

Parker and her husband, Matthew Broderick, chose surrogacy after unsuccessfully trying to expand their family for “a number of years,” Parker said.

“Yeah, I mean I couldn’t pretend otherwise,” she said. “It would be a complicated – it would be odd to have made this choice if I was able to, you know, have successful pregnancies since my son’s birth.”

The couple has a 6-year-old son named James Wilkie, with whom Parker said she has discussed the surrogacy openly.

“I’ve been pretty candid with him,” she said. “I kind of chartered my own course with him because we wanted to keep this quiet and so I wanted to be very careful about telling him so he wasn’t burdened with a secret. On the other hand, I wanted him to have time to adjust to the idea of sharing his mama and his papa.”

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