Jennifer Lopez can breathe a sigh of relief…for the time being. A Los Angeles judge ruled today against the releasing of an alleged sex tape involving J. Lo and her first husband Ojani Noa.
According to E!, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant agreed to keep the movie under wraps until a further hearing Tuesday on whether to make the injunction permanent.
Noa has been trying to around the video, entitled How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story, for a couple of weeks. Lopez is getting him back by suing him for $10 million, according to legal papers filed Friday. She's also asking for a court order that would prevent Noa from making any home videos public.
Apparently the video contains 11-plus hours of private home videos of Lopez "in a revealing lack of clothing, and in sexual situations, especially in the hotel room from (her and Noa's) honeymoon," according to court documents.
The judge will now have to decide whether to grant a request by J. Lo’s attorney, John H. Lavely, to review the material so he can determine if they violated the ex-couple's nondisclosure agreement.
Noa’s camp says, "We're going try to convince the judge that the injunction is not called for. The judge will have to decide whether or not [to grant plaintiff's request] to have certain documents sealed or not."
What a job for this judge to have to look at naked video of Jennifer Lopez! This guy is just out for her money so we hope they take him down.