J.Lo's Dispute Over Intimate Home Video Headed Back To Court Monday
Jennifer Lopez's lawyers are headed back to court on Monday for an unscheduled hearing and will be asking a judge to clarify "the scope of the preliminary injunction to be issued," concerning intimate home videos of J.Lo while she was married to first husband, Ojani Noa.
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As RadarOnline.com was first to report, while Noa cannot release the footage, it was ruled last week that someone else can publish it, as long as that person is not acting on behalf of Noa. Noa’s current girlfriend, Claudia Vasquez is now attempting to release the footage. The court has not yet decided whether Claudia Vasquez is acting on Noa's behalf.
In a legal letter obtained by RadarOnline.com, J.Lo's attorney's will "seek an order clarifying the scope of the preliminary injunction to be issued and that the court's order does not authorize Plaintiff to sell, license, distribute or disclose the Home Video Materials depicting Jennifer Lopez..."
Lopez has been battling Noa in court for years to prevent the release of the footage. The 41-year-old mother of two, who is now married to singer Marc Anthony, had been victorious in preventing the release, up till now, as Noa had signed a confidentiality agreement following their divorce.
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Jenny from the block is appealing the decision by allowing the release of intimate home video of the international superstar with then hubby Noa.
The hearing is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Monday, and RadarOnline.com will be in the courtroom for the proceedings.
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