Actress Sofia Vergara is accused of "harassing" her former fiance Nick Loeb.
According to Loeb, Vergara is making his life "a living hell" nearly three years after they called off their engagement in 2014, reports radaronline.com.
As per reports, Vergara is still in a legal battle of "he said, she said" with Loeb over who owns the embryos they froze to make future children, and what should happen to them. He accuses her of "annoying" and "harassing" him with her legal maneuvers.
Loeb is suing Vergara over two embryos they froze back in 2013. He wants to retrieve the embryos, use a surrogate to deliver them. He has even named them Emma and Isabella, radaronline.com reported.
Vergara hit back at Loeb with a contract they signed which states one parent needs the other's approval to use any embryo. But Loeb's attorney insists the contract never existed and accuses Vergara of trying to bully his client.
"The complaint is defective and wholly untenable on so many grounds, it can only be described as a transparent and ill-conceived attempt to annoy and harass Mr. Loeb," the attorney states in documents.
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