Jennifer Lopez is caught on hours of new video "exposing her genital area in public" and displaying other "deviant behavior", according to documents just filed in the singer's high-stakes legal fight to keep the tapes secret.
The Jenny From The Block singer has taken ex-husband Ojai Noa and his agent Ed Meyer to court to stop their purported release and marketing attempt of sexy videos made during the couple's short-lived marriage.
"JLo is riding a scooter in public in Cuba, while talking to the camera and numerous by-standers, with her privates in as plain view as Paris Hilton, Britany Spears and Lindsay Lohan have in the past," said Ed Meyer, a rep for Lopez's ex-hubby.
"This is among other nudity on her part in the now 21 hours of home movies, that we have so far recovered."
The tape does not contain full-on sex, but is said to grant a revealing glimpse of the singer, including her with "no underwear" and "vagina in plain view", RadarOnline.com has learned.
Noa and Meyer are producing and marketing for sale a feature film about Lopez's tumultuous first marriage to Noa, a Cuban immigrant, chef and model.
In a document filed in California Court of Appeal on November 17, Meyer said: "In Noa's Home Videos, Lopez displays deviant behavior by consensually exposing her genital area in public, however, Noa & Meyer have never ever intended to market this and the many other racy, damaging & expositive scenes from the Home Videos. It must also be stated that in Noa's Home Videos, Lopez gives her full consent to Noa taping her."
Meyer added, "The movie may or may not integrate "G" rated scenes from Noa's own Home Videos, or possibly the "G" rated scenes from Noa's own Home Videos may be marketed separately as a "fan friendly" Home Video DVD Collection."
"Ojani keeps finding more tapes that he didn't even realize that he still had," Meyer told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview.
"We had 17 hours at the start, and we now have just over 21 hours of home videos."
Lopez is claiming Noa and filmmaker Meyer are violating an injunction blocking the release on the basis that the video is private and personal.
But in the court filing, Meyer argued he could not be held to a previous settlement between JLO and Noa, because he never benefitted from it, nor did he even know Noa at that time.