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Interpol 'warned' of serial surrogacy

Broker raised concerns about Japanese dad

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The founder of a multinational fertility centre says she warned Interpol and global media outlets last year about the Japanese man at the centre of a human trafficking probe, after learning he wanted to father dozens of children to surrogate mothers every year. 

Mariam Kukunashvili, co-founder of New Life Global Network, admitted to providing two surrogate mothers at the same time to Mitsutoki Shigeta last year, but said suspicions about the then-22-year-old's motives arose soon after.

"We served Shigeta one time only and then he demanded he wanted more and more babies," she said.

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