Workers at Mother Teresa’s Charity Accused of Selling Baby

Two workers at a shelter for unwed mothers run by Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity in India were arrested after being accused of selling a two-week-old baby. Three other complaints are now being investigated after an Indian couple said they paid 120,000 rupees ($1,760) to a worker at the charity in exchange for the baby boy, ABC News reported. “We have found out that some other babies have also been illegally sold from the center,” a police official told BBC. “We have obtained the names of the mothers of these babies and are further investigating.” Police also found 140,000 rupees (about $2,150) at the facility. Mother Teresa founded the charity, which has more than 3,000 nuns across the world, in 1950.