NEW YORK (AP) - Morning TV on Thursday hosted dueling exes locked in a dispute over the fate of frozen embryos.
NEW YORK (AP) — Morning TV on Thursday hosted dueling exes locked in a dispute over the fate of frozen embryos.
On ABC's "Good Morning America," actress Sofia Vergara said it isn't fair that her former fiancé has gone public with his lawsuit to gain custody of frozen embryos dating back to their relationship in 2013.
On NBC's "Today" show, businessman Nick Loeb spoke of "moral, legal, ethical concepts" concerning lives "we've already created."
A contract they signed states the embryos can be brought to term only with both parties' consent, but Loeb said nothing addresses what would happen if they broke up.
Vergara, promoting her new film "Hot Pursuit," scolded the media for "allowing somebody to invent things and create press for himself."
She added: "He's not an actor. He's not a celebrity."