Just when I thought I’d heard the last of Sofia Vergara’s frozen embryos, here’s a new bit of information in this ongoing headache.
According to TMZ, Vergara’s ex-husband Nick Loeb is still fighting this deeply awful fight over whether he can have her embryos gestated without her consent. Vergara filed a motion asking her ex to prove that he lives in Louisiana—a state that recognizes embryos as human beings, and where the suit is filed—and it seems that he can’t! The documents Vergara seeks to prove that her ex lives where he says he lives are fairly simple to procure, if you’re not a dirtbag who’s been dragging out this harassing charade for over two years: grocery store receipts, utility bills, or really anything you could provide to the DMV to prove that you are who you say you are when you need to renew your license but can’t find your Social Security card or your birth certificate.
The trouble is Loeb has not provided any of this documentation. He has not demonstrated that he lives in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, and is registered to vote, and has a place to stay there, as his lawyers have asserted. He has set up a trust fund for the embryos, however, and is continuing this fight.
Well, well, well, well, WELL, would you take a look at who has made their relationship with a man Instagram official!!!!
It’s Bethenny Frankel! That’s Paul Bernon! He’s the man that reportedly saved her life after she had a nearly fatal allergic reaction to fish!!! They spent their Christmas in the Dominican Republic! Look how happy. Isn’t that nice?
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