Sofia Vergara scored another legal win in her long-running battle with her ex-fiancé over frozen embryos.
For years, Nick Loeb, who was engaged to the "America's Got Talent" judge from July 2012 to May 2014, has been trying to get access to two female embryos the duo had frozen during the course of their four-year relationship. Sofia has filed several counter lawsuits against Nick over the years attempting to block his efforts.
Most recently, Nick asked a court to make his ex turn over a trove of documents. Nick, The Blast reports, wanted Sofia to answer questions about past incidents involving their relationship. Sofia's legal team objected to Nick's requests and painted them as nothing more than harassment.
In a recent hearing, a judge shut down all 11 of Nick's requests and said Sofia won't have to respond to any of the 14 demands for various documents. Nick's sole victory is that the judge said he can see Sofia's driver's license and documents relating to her employment.
Sofia has long maintained that their ironclad written agreement firmly states that both parties must agree before the embryos can be implanted. She has not agreed and says she never will.
The former couple has battled over the embryos for years. At one point in 2017, Nick even filed a lawsuit in Louisiana because the state is known for favorable laws when it comes to the rights of embryos. A Louisiana judge, however, dismissed Nick's lawsuit to gain possession of the embryos, saying that the fertilized eggs were "citizens of California" and that the court had "no jurisdiction because the embryos were conceived in California."
The judge also said Nick had no connection to Louisiana. He claimed that he and his ex planned their life together in the state, but the court didn't believe him. He allegedly moved to Louisiana in 2018.
Around that same time, a source told Page Six that Nick is still "obsessed" with Sofia and is willing to do whatever he can to remain linked to her.