When the babies were born, however, the Farnells said they realized they wanted to keep both. But Pattaramon then insisted she be allowed to keep Gammy, and threatened to keep Pipah as well, David Farnell said. The couple believes Pattaramon wanted to keep Gammy because male children are prized in Asian cultures.
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did not allow Gammy to go back with them that the truth, she told The Associated Press on Sunday, apparently backtracking from her earlier accusation that the couple had abandoned the baby boy. is because they would have taken Gammy back and put him in an institute. case, which has focused global attention on the largely unregulated surrogacy industry in Thailand, became even murkier when it emerged that David Farnell had been convicted in the 1990s of multiple sex offences against young girls. Farnell insisted Sunday that his daughter is Air Max 2015 Flyknit Grey
Baby Gammy surrogate mother, Pattaramon Chanbua, a 21 year old food vendor with two young children of her own, had accused the boy biological parents, Wendy and David Farnell, of leaving her with the infant while taking his healthy twin sister, Pipah, back Nike Air Max Thea Green Womens
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The Farnells said they never went to any officials or contacted the Australian Embassy in Bangkok about Pattaramon alleged threat. They left Gammy and returned home to Western Australia state only with Pipah, they said, because their visa was running out.
don think any parent wants a son with a disability, he said. want their children to be healthy and happy. expected the surrogacy agency to give them a refund and find a solution. That when the still pregnant Pattaramon offered to keep Gammy, Farnell said.
actually ashamed you would say something like that, a tearful Farnell said. there is no reason to be concerned. I not going to harm my little girl. hates sex offenders they the lowest form of people, not even worthy of breathing, he added. know that. That why I tried so hard and wanted to be a good father for my children so that at least the people can see that I am a good person now. executive producer of Minutes, Tom Malone, said the Farnells were not paid for the interview, but acknowledged that the program had made a donation to a charity raising money for Gammy care.
with them to Australia.
SYDNEY An Australian couple denied they had abandoned their son with his Thai surrogate after learning he had Down syndrome, saying in an interview broadcast on Sunday that the woman demanded she be allowed to keep the boy.
to keep both of the babies, he said.
we were thinking, oh, maybe maybe this might be OK, he said.
Australian parents say they were forced to leave baby with Down syndrome with Thai surrogate
has been very stressing, he said. miss our little boy. I come home from work some days and Wendy has dressed our little girl all in blue because she wants still to remember the little boy. about his history as a sex offender, Farnell said he no longer feels any urges to sexually assault young girls and insisted Pipah would be safe in his care.
David Farnell, who has three children from a previous relationship, said the problems began when they found out before the twins birth in December that the boy would have Down syndrome. The couple was angry that the surrogacy agency had not conducted tests earlier that could have detected the condition, because by the time they found out, it was too late in the pregnancy to abort the fetus. Had they known earlier, they probably would have terminated the pregnancy, David Farnell said.
Pattaramon denied that she ever threatened Nike Air Max Tavas Leather Running Shoes to keep both children, but agreed that she hadn wanted the Farnells to take Gammy home.
The Farnells had been trying for eight years to conceive when they approached a Thai surrogacy agency for help.
not at risk of harm from him.
will do everything in the world to protect my little girl, he said. have no inclination of doing anything like this. I don have any thoughts about this at all. That is the 100 per cent truth. I cannot do this again. rejected the suggestion that his predilection for young girls had influenced his decision to bring home his daughter and not his son.
In this image taken from video supplied on Aug. 10, 2014 by Channel 9 "60 Minutes", David Farnell poses with baby Pipah in Australia. The Australian couple, David and his wife Wendy Farnell, has denied that they abandoned their son born with Down syndrome to a Thai surrogate. The couple said in the interview that the boy surrogate mother, Pattaramon Chanbua, insisted she be allowed to keep the boy and that she threatened to also keep his twin sister. (AP Photo/Channel 9 60 Minutes) AUSTRALIA OUT, NO SALES, EDITORIAL USE ONLY
They didn apply for a visa extension because they wanted to get Pipah to Australia to keep her away from Pattaramon, David Farnell said. They have never called to check on Gammy welfare, and have contacted a liaison between themselves and Pattaramon only once, David Farnell said.
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