Sofía Vergara fires back at Nick Loeb and the embryo contract

Things are getting heated between Sofía Vergara and her former fiancé Nick Loeb, as the pair continues to fight about the outcome of their two female embryos.

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In case you missed what’s been going down between Vergara and Loeb, Loeb has filed court documents in an attempt to prevent the embryos he and Vergara created from being destroyed.

During an interview on The Howard Stern Show, the Modern Family star made her stance on the legal battle perfectly clear, as she claimed that Loeb has no case because he signed a binding legal contract — twice.

Vergara believes a child needs a mother in the picture, and even more than that, it “needs a loving relationship of parents that get along, that don’t hate each other.”

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She then went on clarify that she does not hate her ex, but “obviously he has a problem with me.”

Vergara also explained that she doesn’t feel it’s right to “bring kids into the world when already everything is set up wrong for them. It would be so selfish.”

But the Colombian beauty says it’s fortunate that we have laws and that Loeb “signed papers, legal papers.” She added, “If it was so serious for him, this issue, and which I totally respect if it’s serious for someone, then you should have taken it more serious at the time like I did.”

In fact, Vergara has revealed that they both had time to go over the contract and Loeb never raised any issues about it before.

“So, I mean, you make the mistake the first time, and then a year later, when you’re going to get another retrieval, or another fertilization, you say, ‘Wait a minute, this time I want to do it a different way,” she said.

Vergara also made it clear that she does not think the contract will be voided, and no judge will support him. Listen to the clip below for more of what Vergara had to say on the matter.


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