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Sofia Vergara forcing ex-fiance to prove he's a Louisiana resident in ongoing embryo lawsuit

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Sofia Vergara forcing ex-fiance to prove he's a Louisiana resident in ongoing embryo lawsuit

Sofia Vergara forcing ex-fiance to prove he's a Louisiana resident in ongoing embryo lawsuit

Sofia Vergara is still battling with her ex fiancé Nick Loeb over two frozen embryo’s which he is trying to bring to term and now in his third suit against her, Vergara has asked Loeb to prove that he is a resident of Louisiana where embryos are considered "biological human beings" under state law.

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