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Judge blocks Lopez tell-all

November 10, 2009|Reuters

A Los Angeles judge blocked singer-actress Jennifer Lopez's first husband Monday from distributing a tell-all movie with video of the former couple's sex life.

But Ojani Noa, a chef and model who was married to Lopez for less than 11 months, said he would fight back.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Chalfant's order to Lopez's former husband will remain in effect until a court hearing today to determine whether to extend it.

Lopez filed against Noa on Friday, two years after she won a $545,000 judgment against him in a similar case involving a planned tell-all book.

In her latest lawsuit, Lopez said Noa was shopping around a movie with footage of the couple in sexual situations, including their time in a hotel room during their 1997 honeymoon.

Lopez, who married singer Marc Anthony in 2004 and has two children with him, is seeking $10 million in damages.

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