Nick Loeb just won’t give up in his battle against ex-fiancée Sofía Vergara over their frozen embryos.
Among endless legal twists, in March Loeb filed a new suit in Louisiana that Vergara says should be tossed since the case has no connection to the state.
But Loeb’s lawyer, Mark Jay Heller, told Page Six that Loeb’s now moved to the Bayou state.
“My client … has triumphantly embarked on a historic path to succeed” he said, adding that Loeb “seeks full custody of their embryos” — named Emma and Isabella in legal papers.
Heller said that under Louisiana law: “Loeb alleges the embryos are living children and that he should be granted full custody because Vergara is violating her high duty of care and prudent administration owed to them by refusing to allow them to have the chance to be born.”
Reps for Vergara had no comment.
But those close to the star feel Loeb’s pursuing the case to punish her after their 2014 split.
She’s married to Joe Manganiello.
A source shared a photo with Page Six of a ramshackle address outside New Orleans that Loeb, son of a former US ambassador, is allegedly using as a residence.
Heller responded, “Nick has no animosity toward [Vergara] but is passionate about bringing to life Isabella and Emma. This is why he facilitated a trust for them, and is vigorously and successfully litigating this matter.”
He had no comment on the alleged address.
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