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Jennifer Lopez’s Ex Hubby's Business Partner Files Motion In Home Video Saga

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May 28 2018, Updated 10:12 a.m. ET

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By Jen Heger - Legal Editor

UPDATE: Ojani has since told that he and Ed Meyer have split their business relationship.

Jennifer Lopez's first husband's, Ojani Noa's, business partner, Ed Meyer, has filed a motion in his ongoing legal battle with JLo concerning intimate home videos that Noa took when the couple was married.

Noa and Meyer have been ordered not to release the home videos and are prohibited from writing a tell all book about the failed marriage, due to a confidentiality agreement Noa signed at the time of his divorce from the superstar singer.

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EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENT: Meyer Files Motion In Jlo Video Saga

Meyer is now asking a judge for clarification though about the previous ruling by the judge, because Meyer now wants to write a book because he wants "to immediately license the rights to a book and subsequent movie entitled "Ex Lies and Videotapes," regarding the true story of the above entitled court-case, written solely from information in the public domain.

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Meyer would like clarification if this is permissible under the preliminary injunction, or if it would violate the injunction. “There are several offers at hand, so this is an emergent situation," the court docs state.

A hearing has been set for August 11, 2011.


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