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J.Lo Sues to Stop Juicy Tell-All

Her love don't cost a thing—but trying to market home footage of J.Lo "in a revealing lack of clothing, and in sexual situations" will. Jennifer Lopez is suing ex-husband Ojani Noa (the two were married in 1997 and divorced in 1998) for $10 million, claiming that Noa has plans for a movie (titled, creatively, How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story) that would directly violate their confidentiality agreement. The lawsuit further asserts that Noa wants to sell more than 11 hours of video footage of the pop singer, some of which, she was told, is from their honeymoon and shows Lopez "in sexual situations." Lopez’s lawyer says he was told by a producer working with her ex-husband that Noa had a contract with TMZ for the video, a charge TMZ denies.