The controversy only deepened when it was revealed Mr Farnell had a paedophile past and had been jailed for three years. The act was so convincing the media grew concerned about their howling pet dog, with a photographer calling the RSPCA. Mr and Mrs Farnell triggered a global furore in August when they were publicly - and unfairly - accused of 'abandoning' Gammy in Thailand.
A jury in that case found Mr Farnell guilty on four charges but not guilty on one.
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More Just In. The family's situation sparked global outrage that August when unfair claims surfaced alleging that the parents had 'abandoned' Gammy and kept his sister. Both of these controversial situations came to light inwhich is when the military government began to forcibly shut down surrogacy centers.
The charity stresses that every dollar donated has gone towards Grammy's care and these loans were paid out of separate funds.
While serving that sentence, he was charged with six counts of indecently dealing with a child under the age of 13, and was convicted and sentenced again. Jenni Millibank, a surrogacy law expert, told the Australian broadcaster ABC that the Gammy case would not halt international surrogacy.
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