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Sofia Vergara loses 'custody battle' over frozen embryos

"Modern Family" celebrity Sofia Vergara is among a household situation.

Vergara's ex-fiance Chip Loeb has taken her to assess for management over two individual embryos they designed back again in 2013, in an effort to have kids via surrogate.

Loeb first took his ex to assess for the problem back again in 2014 in his house condition of Florida, but later decreased the fit.

He consequently recognized a believe in for the embryos in the much more pro-life condition of La, where he then started to sue Vergara.

According to NOLA.com, Vergara eliminated the fit from Jefferson's Twenty fourth Region Court in Gretna, to U.S. Region Court in New Orleans. She convinced Judge Jane Ann Vial Lemmon to write it off because the acting professional was not susceptible to individual authority in La.

Loeb then took up property in Plaquemines, and charged in condition assess in Belle Chasse on Jan. 9, invoking Louisiana's Consistent Kid Legal care Jurisdiction and Administration Act.

Vergara consequently had the situation eliminated to government assess, on the foundation that Louisiana's law relates to residing kids — not embryos.

Loeb then introduced the situation Belle Chasse, where Lemmon on the sides with him, saying "it's a custody situation over which government legal courts absence authority."

Vergara is set to come back to assess on This summer 11 to ask for reconsideration.

Loeb is allegedly trying to have the embryos — known as Emma and Bella — inserted in another lady.

The embryos are currently freezing at a Beverly Mountains medical center.

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