Nick Loeb, Sofia Vergara’s litigious ex-husband, will be allowed to file a new complaint in court in what has become a very public custody dispute over two frozen embryos the couple created during happier times. Both of the embryos, made using Loeb’s sperm and Vergara’s eggs, are females. In the revised complaint, Loeb reportedly alleges that Vergara breached an oral agreement to create the embryos and bring them to term with the help of a surrogate. “He does believe they are his daughters,” said Christina Goodrich, Loeb’s attorney. Not surprisingly, Vergara’s side was dismissive of the claim. Her lawyer, Fred Silberberg, reportedly told a California court last week that the “plaintiff is using this lawsuit to attack [Vergara] in the press and continue to have his own visibility in the press.”
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