Jennifer Lopez's "Private and Personal" Videos Banned by Judge
Jennifer Lopez will not be overexposed -- at least not at the hands of her ex-husband Ojani Noa, who hoped to release intimate home videos in which she stars.
A judge has officially blocked Noa from distributing the footage, EOnline reports. "They may not publish it for any reason," Judge James Chalfant said Tuesday. "Anywhere, anytime, anyhow...without further court order. If they do, they go to jail."
For now, the ruling is a temporary injunction, and Lopez's lawyer plans to return to court and make the ban permanent.
What's in those videos, anyway? Replying to rumors that Lopez was nude and the videos were sexual in nature, Lopez's attorney told E! "It's private and personal, but it wasn't a sex tape. They are innocent and they have been misrepresented...to increase value and media attention."
Lopez and Noa were married for just under a year, divorcing in January 1998.
Noa plans to fight the decision. "It's not about the money," he told E! "It's about my life."