​Louise Pollard bin Laden

Author: John LesterBy:
Staff Reporter
Sep. 11, 2012

The British surrogate mother carrying Osama bin Laden’s twin grandchildren, Louis Pollard, says she has miscarried after being assaulted in Syria.

Louise Pollard was 10 weeks pregnant by in-vitro fertilization by sperm of bin Laden’s son, Omar, 29, and eggs from the younger bin Laden’s wife Zaina, 54, formerly known as Jane Felix-Browne, when the beating occurred.

Pollard was traveling with Zaina in Syria but was walking alone from a cafe to her apartment late at night when two assailants punched her to the ground, giving her a black eye, and bruising on her arms and legs before running away.

After making it back to her apartment Pollard went to a local hospital where a scan showed the loss of the babies. The 24-year-old former pole dancer from Bristol says she has been recognized both in Britain and in the Middle East as the “Western woman carrying Bin Laden children.”

She did not report the assault to police, and the exact time and date of the assault had not been released. There are more eggs available, which Pollard could carry for $15,424.

“But now they’ve split up. Zaina is a grandmother in her 50s, on her own, with not much money, and Omar is apparently suffering from schizophrenia,” Pollard said.

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