Sarah Jessica Parker posted some very strong tweets aimed at a woman the actress said should be "ashamed" of herself. The public knew the woman must have offended the "Sex & the City" star in some way, but didn't know what. Now we do. Parker, 49, opened up to Net-A-Porter's The Edit about the incident in early April. "Your anonymity doesn't diminish your outrageous and vulgar tweet. And your deletion only reveals your cowardice," Parker sent to the woman back on April 3. The woman allegedly questioned whether Parker's twin daughters Marion and Tabitha, who were carried by a surrogate, were actually her own....
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