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Beverly Hills surrogacy firm accused of theft

March 26, 2009 |  9:04 am

For Francisco Egea Cerezuela and his wife, the answer to their dream of having a child was found on the Internet: a Beverly Hills surrogacy and egg-donor agency called B Coming.

Surrogacy is illegal in their country, Spain, as it is throughout much of the world. In 2007, they got a baby in the United States -- but at a high cost.

B Coming was supposed to use a $90,000 deposit to compensate the surrogate and the doctor, the couple claimed in a lawsuit filed in December. They allege the agency kept most of the money, forcing them to pay tens of thousands more out of pocket. Other B Coming customers have similar stories.

Read the rest of the story here.

--Kimi Yoshino and Alan Zarembo

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