Man who gave birth stalks his estranged wife with GPS after forcing her out of their homeBy Mason White 10:59 AM November 23, 2014
By: Wayne Morin
(Scroll down for video) A man, who gave birth, was arrested on charges of stalking after allegedly placing a GPS monitoring device to stalk his estranged wife, police in Arizona said.
Thomas Beatie, a transgender man who gave birth while changing over from a woman to a man, is accused of harassing his wife.
Beatie of Anthem, was arrested on Thursday, and booked into the Maricopa County Jail on a charge of stalking. He was released on his own recognizance.
According to the police investigation, Beatie put a GPS tracking device in the car of his wife about six months after his wife was served with a restraining order that required her to leave their shared home.
The device was found by a Department of Public Safety officer when he stopped to help the victim to change a flat tire.
Phoenix Police said that the victim, Nancy Beatie, said that she believed it was Thomas Beatie who put the GPS device in her car.
He said that Beatie randomly showed up at places, would mention the places she had been to and asked about the time she returned home.
Thomas Beatie admitted to installing the device. Thomas Beatie was born a woman, and underwent a double mastectomy.
He kept his female reproductive organs and gave birth to three children.