Radar Legal Editor
Jennifer Lopez's home videos, that were allegedly stolen, were ordered to be turned over to her powerhouse attorney Jay Lavely, in court Wednesday, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Noa's current girlfriend, Claudia Vazquez was in possession of the footage J-Lo doesn't want released, but she claims that that the co-executive producer of a movie project featuring the footage, Ed Meyer, allegedly took the data drive, containing the videos, from her house without her permission.
Vazquez's attorney, Cris Armentia, had fired off a letter to Meyer, obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com, demanding he appear in court Wednesday and that he return the home video, or else.
Meyer was sworn in for the proceedings. Meyer was also ordered to delete any files he has on his computer hard drive containing the home videos.