Jennifer Lopez sues ex-husband over sex movie
In her lawsuit, Lopez says former husband Ojani Noa is shopping around to film industry players a movie with footage of Noa and Lopez 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 and a court order preventing dissemination of any video showing her and Noa in intimate situations.
The lawsuit against Noa, which was filed on Friday, marks the second time Lopez has sued her first husband, a chef and model to whom she was married for less than 11 months.
In 2006, Lopez sued Noa over his plans to publish a tell-all book about their life. It resulted in a California judge ordering Noa to pay Lopez $545,000 for breach of contract. Lopez said Noa had signed an agreement not to publish details of their relationship.
Lopez's latest lawsuit comes after her attorneys reportedly sent a cease and desist letter to Noa and some filmmakers, demanding they stop production of a film titled "How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The JLo and Ojani Noa Story."
Lopez starred in the 2002 movie 'Maid in Manhattan' and had hit songs with "Jenny from the Block" and "Love Don't Cost a Thing."
Her latest lawsuit accuses Noa of breach of contract and also names filmmaker Ed Meyer as a defendant.
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