FruDulle skrev:Wizzze skrev:FruDulle skrev:Sofia Vegaras exkæreste
Sofia Vergara's ongoing legal drama with ex-fiancé Nick Loeb just took another turn.
In documents obtained by E! News, a right-to-live lawsuit against the Modern Family actress was filed Tuesday on behalf of two embryos conceived by Vergara and Loeb in 2013. The fertilized eggs are listed as plaintiffs "Emma" and "Isabella" in the suit, and request that Loeb receive custody of the female embryos in order for them to live and ultimately inherit a trust fund that was created in their names.
The documents state that Vergara has "effectively abandoned and chronically neglected" the embryos by "refusing to consent to their development or care."
Following the case's newest development, a legal representative for Sofia released this statement to E! News Wednesday: "Next week the judge presiding over the case was to rule on Ms. Vergara's request for sanctions against Mr. Loeb for refusing to comply with a court order, and on her motion for summary judgment-seeking dismissal of the case he filed against her, attempting to get control of pre-embryos that he created with Vergara."
"That genetic material was created pursuant to a written agreement that required both parties written consent to attempt to create a pregnancy. Apparently Mr. Loeb and his counsel, knowing that he was about to lose decided to attempt to save face by taking their proverbial ball and going home. Reports are out that Mr. Loeb has caused a lawsuit to be filed on behalf of the pre-embryos in Louisiana, essentially trying to get the same relief that he was trying to get through his failed legal attempt in California," it read.
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http://money.cnn.com/2016/12/07/news/co ... ry-summary
why? just why?