A lawsuit against Jennifer Lopez is being amended to include a TV deal that fell through – a deal about with Telemundo about JLo, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
Claudia Vasquez, long-time girlfriend of JLo’s ex husband Ojani Noah, sued Lopez earlier this month. Now we’ve learned that she’s amending the lawsuit and including the allegation that a Telemundo deal was not completed after the Telemundo lawyers decided they did not want to be adverse to JLo.
RadarOnline.com reported exclusively early Thursday that JLo’s husband, Marc Anthony, has $3.4 million in unpaid tax bills.
Noah and JLo have been embroiled in litigation for years, with Noah restrained from releasing home videos of his superstar ex wife. Now Vasquez wants to use those movie for a project about Noah life and that project naturally includes his marriage to Jlo.
The amendment to the existing lawsuit claims that Telemundo was interested in the project but ultimately passed on it because of JLo.
There is no allegation that JLo proactively did anything to scuttle the deal. Telemundo’s decision to pass on the project is characterized as a decision by its legal department.
The JLo home movies are not sex tapes although there is sexy material in them.