A judge temporarily blocked distribution Tuesday of private videos and a proposed film of Jennifer Lopez and her ex-husband Ojani Noa.
Noa, reportedly wants to market intimate video of the two of them together, in a project entitled “How I married Jennifer Lopez: The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story”.
LA Superior Court Judge James C Chalfant issued a temporary restraining order that extends until next month, directing Noa and film maker Ed Meyer to tell any third parties that have any such material about the order.
In a sworn declaration opposing the restraining order, Meyer states he is a founding producer of “Entertainment Tonight'' and believes “Noa has a
story that needs to be told and then let the public decide.''
In a separate order the Judge has ordered Noa and Meyer to turn over any video and film materials, as well as papers pertaining to them, to Lopez’s lawyers.
There will be a hearing on December 1st on whether to extend the order with a preliminary injunction.