Woman worried some of fetal remains found in deceased abortionist's home could be from her aborted fetus

NOW: Woman worried some of fetal remains found in deceased abortionist’s home could be from her aborted fetus

SOUTH BEND, Ind.-- 2,246.

That’s the number of fetal remains found inside the home of deceased South Bend abortionist, Dr. Ulrich Klopfer.

Now one South Bend woman is claiming she fears that some of those remains could be of her aborted fetus.

11 years ago, Trenevia Ivory says she underwent an abortion procedure at the age of 17 inside Dr. Klopfer’s now-closed clinic in South Bend.

The medically preserved fetal remains were found at Dr. Ulrich Klopfer’s old garage inside his Will County Illinois home.

The doctor died on September 3rd and his family made the discovery.

Klopfer worked for decades at the Women’s Pavilion clinic in South Bend, and clinics in Gary and Fort Wayne before the state suspended his medical licence in 2016.

“A person that keeps human remains inside their home, especially that many as he had? We are all worried. We don’t know who’s babies it is," said Ivory. One of my biggest fears is that one of those babies was mine inside that garage.”

Right now, investigators say no evidence indicates that medical procedures were performed inside Klopfers home or garage, but it’s the procedure that Ivory claims happened in Klopfer’s office that she’s still coping with to this day.

"It brings back a lot of memories. For eleven years, I've been fighting depression disorder. I'm on medication now. Maybe three or four different types of medication," said Ivory.

I reached out to the Will County Coroners Office to see what will become of the remains found on the property.

They only tell ABC57 as of right now no further information is being released

“I feel like I wont get over it until I have closure. Until all of us have closure," said Ivory.

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