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Cast member Joe Manganiello and fiance Sofia Vergara pose at the premiere of "Magic Mike XXL" in Hollywood, California June 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Last April, the news broke that Sofía Vergaras ex, Nick Loeb, was suing the actress over two frozen embryos the former couple had created around six months before they called off their engagement. Loeb’s goal was to make sure the “Modern Family” star couldn’t destroy them. According to reports from InTouch Weekly, the court documents filed by Loeb, using the pseudonyms John and Jane Doe, state that Vergara had refused to preserve the embryos under any circumstances. Later on, in response to Loeb’s lawsuit, Vergara’s lawyer, Fred Silberberg, told People magazine the actress has no desire whatsoever to have children with her ex, but has agreed to leave the embryos frozen indefinitely.

In addition, Loeb admitted the couple signed an agreement which stipulated the embryos could only be used if both parties consented, and that he is looking to get this form voided. During an appearance in the Howard Stern Show, Vergara said she wasn’t worried: “I am not going through anything. This is his battle completely,” she explained. When asked if it was affecting her current relationship, the actress responded very relaxed, “We have lawyers…. We’re planning a wedding. We try not to think about this, we can't do anything. It's signed, it's done, and that's it.”

However, Loeb seems to have supporters on the case and, surprisingly, while the Colombian beauty went out to support her fiancee, Joe Mangianello at the “Magic Mike XXL” premiere, the beloved couple was greeted in a not-so-amicable way. Protesters lined up outside the theater with signs that read, “Lives created should be lives protected,” and “Sofia: Unfreeze your daughters. Unfreeze your heart,” as ET Online reported.

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