August 29, 2023

Clinic for Women Employee Caught Illegally Selling Abortion Drugs from Home

Pro-lifers in Danville Rallying Against Clinic for Women
photo credit: Mark Lee Dickson
On August 23, an employee of Clinic for Women, the Indianapolis-based abortion business currently in the process of relocating to Danville, Illinois, was caught illegally selling abortion pills out of her home.

Real News Michiana (RNM) reporter Clifton French "posed as an 8-week pregnant transgender man by the name of Randall Fisher attempting to schedule an appointment in the hopes that the clinic would confirm their [Indianapa location's] closure." Clinic employee Bridget Bridgeforth took down the reporter's phone number and called him back several hours later, offering to sell abortion pills at her home for $500.

Abortion is now illegal in Indiana, barring exceptions for rape, incest, fatal fetal diagnoses, or if the mother's life is at risk. Bridgeforth admitted this in her conversation with French, saying that they should pretend the transaction occurred before the law went into effect.

Audio recordings of each phone call are available on RNM's website.

After these discussions, RNM reported the incident to the Indiana Attorney General's Office. The news outlet also found court records indicating Bridgeforth had at least three arrests on her record for possession of illegal drugs.

RNM followed up Clinic for Women as well. Clinic Director LaDonna Prince claimed to be unaware of Bridgeforth's actions. After RNM provided recordings, she said that she would contact the police.