The fate of old home movies — some with alleged sexual content — Jennifer Lopez took with her ex-husband, Ojani Noa, will be decided at a hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday morning, a day after Judge James C. Chalfant ordered a a 24-hour ban on Noa selling or releasing the videos to the public.
“I’m going to fight this,” Noa said of ban, which attorneys for Lopez will try and make permanent in Tuesday’s hearing.
Last week, Lopez sued Noa for $10 million, saying the film breaches an already-established confidentiality agreement.
Noa, who was married to Lopez for 11 months in 1997, previously tried to sell a tell-all book, but Lopez was able to block that, as well.
Noa is now attempting to market a movie based on his life as the superstar’s other half, called The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story, consisting of approximately a dozen hours of home movies they took on their honeymoon.
Lopez, 40, has been married to singer Marc Anthony, with whom she has twins, since 2004.