The surrogate mother of a baby born with Down's Syndrome Tuesday said his Australian father had "no right" to take her child after the couple accused of abandoning the infant declared they would try to get him back.
Surrogate mother Pattaramon Chanbua, jeft, holds her baby Gammy, born with Down Syndrome, at the Samitivej hospital, Sriracha district in Chon Buri on Aug 4, 2014.
Seven-month old Gammy has been at the heart of a surrogacy scandal since it was revealed his biological father David Farnell and his wife left the baby with surrogate mother Pattaramon Chanbua, taking only his healthy twin sister Pipah back home to Australia.
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