Sofia Vergara Fights With Fiance Nick Loeb, Accidentally Flashes the VIP Section on New Year's Eve

2012 was a good year for Sofia Vergara, with her show, Modern Family, continuing its popularity and a marriage proposal from then-boyfriend Nick Loeb in August. But if yesterday's New York Post story is accurate, 2013 might be a little rockier.

The Post reports that Loeb got into fights with both Vergara and another table of VIP partiers at Story nightclub here in Miami after the ball dropped Monday night -- a brawl so nasty that Vergara's dress was torn down and Loeb was kicked out of the club.

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The Colombian star, who spent the holidays in Miami rocking sexy swimwear at sea, had brought her fiance to Story to party with Chris Paciello, whom Vergara dated in the '90s. The rumor was that Loeb wasn't terribly comfortable over the former lovers' reunion.

Whatever the reason, Loeb reportedly began arguing with partiers at the table next to theirs. Then things got physical:

Sofia stepped in to try to calm the situation, but somehow she ended up getting pushed and shoved also. Her strapless dress was torn or pulled down in the melee, exposing her cleavage in front of other people.

The Post is eager to report that "none of the drama was Vergara's fault," and that while Loeb was bruised from scuffling with security, Vergara suffered no physical injury. There is, however, a piece of bad news for anyone with knight-in-shining-armor fantasies of rescuing Vergara from her nightclub brawler:

Despite the big scene [Loeb] created, they made up outside the club, and she took him back to their hotel.

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