Couples who create IVF embryos together should consider hiring lawyers before beginning the fertility treatment process, according to reproductive law experts. While unpleasant, much like a prenup, the process can help avoid a messy,...Show More Summary
One of television’s biggest earners has been slapped with a lawsuit that is downright strange: Sofia Vergara will battle it out with ex-fiancé Nick Loeb to determine who will make decisions on behalf of two frozen embryos that the couple … More » The post Sofia Vergara’s Ex Sues For Custody Of Frozen Embryos appeared first on EveryJoe.
Last year, Sofia Vergara's dead-eyed weasel of an ex decided to deal with his breakup in a weird, gross, very public way: he filed a complaint to earn custody of the former couple's frozen embryos, then proceeded to grab...
Actress Sofia Vergara is involved in a lawsuit with her own fertilized frozen embryos and the implications could have far-reaching effect on many other families in the future. While the Modern Family star was still engaged to ex Nick Loeb, Vergara had her embryos frozen to preserve her chances of conceiving with Loeb after they got married.... Read More »
Embryos have, through their father, sued for the right to be born. From the People story: The legal battle between Sofia Vergara and her ex fiancé Nick Loeb over her frozen embryos continued Tuesday after a right-to-live lawsuit wasShow More Summary
Even though Sofia Vergara of Modern Family has now been sued by her two frozen embryos, legal experts say that it is very unlikely that the embryos, and the instigator of the suit, Vergara’s ex Nick Loeb, will prevail, even though they’ve filed in Louisiana, which is the only state that treats embryos at people.... Show More Summary
Somebody also named them "Isabella" and "Emma." [ more › ]
Actress Sofia Vergara is being sued by her own frozen embryos. The suit has been dubbed "bizarre,""weird" and even "disturbing." But it's allowable, thanks to Louisiana state laws. According to reports out this week, a lawsuit has been filed against the actress on behalf of two frozen pre-embryos she conceived with her ex-fiance, Nick Loeb. Show More Summary
Sofia Vergara really dodged a bullet when she broke up with Nick Loeb, right? Partly because she ended up married to Joe Manganiello, but mostly because Nick has proven himself, time and time again, to be just way too weird. See, Sofia...Show More Summary
Actress Sofia Vergara is said to have broken up with her fiancé after she took him to the White House and he tried to get President Obama to pose for a photo with a container of the hot-dog topping he invented. One would think, especially if one were one of the most beautiful and well-paid actresses in the world, that things could not get worse, relationship-wise.
Yesterday we discussed the disturbing lawsuit that was filed on behalf of Sofia Vergara’s embryos, Isabella and Emma. (Did Vergara and Nick Loeb name them or did Loeb’s attorneys feel it would give their case more oomph?) Today Page Six reports that several lawyers familiar with the case claim the embryos have “little… Read more...
What a mess. As you probably know, Sofia Vergara's ex-fiancé Nick Loeb sued the Modern Family actress for the rights to two frozen embryos that were created when the pair were an item back in 2013. According to a report yesterday, a new right-to-live lawsuit had been filed in Louisiana on behalf of the female fertilized eggs [...]
Sofia Vergara is being sued by her own embryos, who are demanding that they be brought to life.
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After Loeb dropped his lawsuit in California seeking "custody" of the fertilized eggs, Vergara's frozen embryos reportedly sued her in Louisiana.
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It sounds like a complicated Hollywood plot, but Sofia Vergara is actually being sued by ex-fiancé Nick Loeb on behalf of two of her frozen embryos. The right-to-life lawsuit was filed on Tuesday in the state of Louisiana, where Loeb attended college. Show More Summary