Nick Loeb Has Moved To Louisiana In An Attempt To Win His Embryo Battle Against Sofia Vergara

June 26, 2018 / Posted by:

When we last left Nick Loeb and Sofia Vergara’s battle for their frozen embryos (named Emma and Isabelle by him), he was trying to increase his chances by moving their fight from California to the much more pro-life state of Louisiana. Nick had also claimed that a trust was set up in Louisiana in Emma and Isabelle’s name, and that they were being cheated out of that money unless he could find a surrogate and turn them into humans. Louisiana, on the other hand, saw right through Nick’s plan and told him the embryos clearly had no ties to the state, and told him to pound sand. Nick was well within his rights to re-file his lawsuit against Sofia, which he did in March, but he took it one step further.

According to Page Six, Nick decided to challenge Louisiana’s claim that he has no ties to the state by picking up and moving there. Nick’s lawyer Mark Jay Heller confirmed the move, and told Page Six that Nick has “triumphantly embarked on a historic path to succeed.” It looks like Nick has been sharing his delusion juice. Nick’s lawyer also managed to get in a swipe at Sofia for being a bad “mother” for not allowing the embryos to be thawed into people.

“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.”

A source told Page Six that Nick is currently living outside of New Orleans, and they call his residence “ramshackle.” Nick Loeb comes from money, and now he’s living in a ramshackle house in the southern United States, like some kind of reverse Jed Clampett situation, if Jed switched brains with Jethro. Hmmmm, I wonder if Onion Crunch is good sprinkled on fried possum?


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