This TV actress broke up with this odd guy last year, but his relentlessly crazy behavior is completely stressing her out.
However, when you peel back the layers of Odd Guy’s life story, his behavior might actually make sense.
Odd Guy’s parents were each married multiple times. His mentally ill mother abandoned him when he was a baby, and he was raised by the nanny.
He finally reconciled with his mother many years later, but he lost her again when she murdered her third husband and then killed herself.
For some reason, our guy blamed his father for his mother’s unhappiness, and subsequently stopped speaking to his father for years.
Odd Guy never had any children.
He thinks of our actress as his only real family.
The fact that she kept coming back to him after they broke up makes him think that he has a shot at winning her back.
He will do anything – ANYTHING – to keep her in his life.
If his current crazy actions stress out her and her current beau enough to break up, all the better.
Odd Guy: Nick Loeb – Feud over frozen embryos
Nick Loeb: “I Have Always Dreamed of Being a Father”
Loeb claims that Vergara, 42, who is now engaged to Joe Manganiello, wants to destroy the two female embryos they created – a charge that Vergara has strenuously denied.
In his statement, Loeb, 39 – who wants “to bring his daughters to term” – said that he wasn’t seeking to hold Vergara to “any parental or financial responsibilities or obligations” and would “give her the opportunity to be involved with the child in the future, should she change her mind.”
“I have always strongly believed that life begins at fertilization and that every embryo is a life on a journey towards birth,” Loeb said. “I created these two female embryos with the purpose of taking them to term and not destruction, because I have always dreamed of being a father.”
“I take the responsibility and obligation of being a parent very seriously,” Loeb added. “Creating an embryo in the natural way can lead to parenthood obligations, even where a man doesn’t want to become a father. Where a man does want to become a father, and wants to impose no obligations on the other party, he should have that corresponding right. However life comes to be created, it should have no determination on either the rights of wanting to be or the requirements of having to be a parent.”
The couple signed an agreement in November 2013, when they embryos were created, that states that “no unilateral action can be taken with regard to the embryos unless both parties consent.”