Sofia Vergara's legal battle with ex-fiancé Nick Loeb continues to reveal what a pleasant specimen he is.
According to Page Six, a letter written by Loeb to the Modern Family actress in 2014 was filed in court by an attorney representing the embryos, in which Loeb declares his dislike of Vergara speaking Spanish.
“What I do not like and what I will not put up with anymore is the Spanish, and no I do not like hanging out with you when you speak in Spanish with others at the table . . . Not only is it rude and disrespectful, it is classless," he wrote. "And for you to then berate, embarrass and humiliate me in front of others when I ask you to stop is not happening anymore.”
The letter goes on to highlight a fight between the couple, where Loeb claims the Colombian star was “banging on doors, chasing [him] around the apartment, and screaming for half an hour.”
“The letter underlined the dynamics of a very strained relationship," Loeb's attorney told Page Six. "He wanted to have these girls because he wanted to create a family with Sofia — that was the primary focus in his life.”
In 2015, Vergara spoke out about her ex's lawsuit against her. A child "needs a loving relationship of parents that get along, that don't hate each other," she said. "I don't hate him, but he obviously has a problem with me!" She explained that Loeb's plans to implant the embyos in a surrogate and raise the children as a single father violates an agreement they both signed.
"You signed papers, legal papers, and if it was so serious for him, this issue — which I totally respect it is serious for someone — then you should have taken it more serious at the time like I did," Vergara said.