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EXCLUSIVE: Agent For Jlo’s Ex Husband Says He’ll Make Her Home Videos Public Next Week

The battle between JLo and her ex husband Ojani Noa has just become even more contentious, with his agent promising to make intimate home videos of the star public next week, RadarOnline.com has learned exlusively.

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Ed Meyer, Noa’s agent, told RadarOnline.com: “Jennifer Lopez does not want the home videos to be entered into the open court record, where the media and the public can get copies of them and watch or share them. I will be filing the videos into the public court record on Monday.” JLo filed a $10 million lawsuit against Noa this month and wants a permanent court order barring her ex from making the videos public. JLo and her legal team from top Los Angeles firm Lavely & Singer has already won court battles against Noa and contend that he is prohibited from talking about her and making the videos public.

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A court order currently in place until December 1 prevents Noa from making the videos public. But Meyer is escalating the battle between Noa and Lopez, claiming that Jlo’s counsel has not acted in good faith.

Meyer sent an email to Jlo’s lead counsel (and also made it available to the media) saying, “I will be filing ALL, repeat ALL, Documents, 11 hours + of Home Videos, DVDs, Photographs, etc., at the Court Clerks window.” Meyer told RadarOnline.com that Jlo’s attorney did not file proof of service, allowing a court hearing scheduled for Tuesday to go forward. He also made it clear that he felt he was being duped by his adversary.

Published reports say the home videos contain images of Jlo on a motorcycle without pants and also show an argument with her mother. Some of the footage is from Jlo’s honeymoon with Noa but there is no explicit sex on the tape.

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Jlo and Noa were married for less than a year in the late 1990s.

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