Ojani Noa was married to Jennifer Lopez for barely a year in the mid-1990's but he has tried to make a career out of it ever since, and she's had enough of it.
Lopez filed suit in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Friday in an attempt to stop Noa from marketing home movies he has from their honeymoon.
The lawsuit references an agreement the ex-spouses have from several years ago that directly bans Noa from selling any information, photographs or video of Lopez. The new filing claims Noa is in direct violation of that agreement by attempting to sell a movie titled "How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The JLo and Ojani Noa Story" as well as almost a dozen hours of home video from their honeymoon.
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Jennifer, now happily married to singer Marc Anthony and the mother of twins, wants $10 million in damages from Noa and a permanent ban on his efforts to sell her out.
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