How to keep up with the Jonses in 21st century Hollywood? Daily Botox injections? Fully equipped Hummers? Try clones.
This trend-watch report courtesy the CEO of the world’s “first human cloning company.”
Clonaid’s Dr. Brigitte Boisselier says she has talked to comic Rodney Dangerfield and “other celebrities” about her firm’s advertised services, which include the cloning of human babies. (To date, Clonaid claims to have pulled off five such births.)
The tie-tugging Dangerfield met with the would-be clone-making firm a few weeks ago to discuss the possibility of producing his own little laboratory-manufactured bundle of joy, Dangerfield’s publicist confirms. Clonaid says the confab occurred at Dangerfield’s California home.
Boisselier made headlines last December 27 when she announced her firm, an offshoot of a Canadian-based sect, the Raelians, that believes Earth was created by UFOs, had helped an infertile couple give birth to their own clone, a baby girl named Eve.
“They said they could create a clone of Rodney by taking a swab of cells from Rodney’s cheek,” she says in the Post. “When we asked how much it would cost, they said they wouldn’t charge us anything.”
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