“The female embryos are listed as plaintiffs”Emma” and “Isabella” in Louisiana court papers, which come amid Vergara’s knock-down, drag-out legal battle with former fiancé Nick Loeb, sources told The Post. Loeb had already sued the “Modern Family” star in California for custody of the embryos, which the couple created when they were still together in 2013. The new court filing says that on March 4, 2013, Loeb and Vergara exchanged messages about the embryos after learning they had created five, sources said. The new court papers insist that Vergara was adamant during her relationship with Loeb that, as a Catholic, she believed the embryos should never be destroyed – and she has since broken their oral agreement, according to sources. The court documents say he dropped that lawsuit Tuesday, after a California judge ruled in favor of Vergara, 44, in her quest to force Loeb to identify two previous lovers who underwent abortions after he impregnated them, according to sources.