For the last six years, Jennifer Lopez’s ex-husband, Ojani Noa has threatened to release a sex tape of the singer on their honeymoon. Now, thanks to a legal loophole, the tape might be released for public consumption sooner than later.
The legal drama with Lopez and her ex all started in 2004 when Noa sued Lopez, claiming breach of contract when Noa was fired from his job as the manager of one of her restaurants after six months. In 2006, Lopez sued Noa to block the release of his tell-all book about their short 11-month marriage. Noa offered not to release the book for a $5 million settlement. He was later found to be in violation of their confidentiality agreement. Lopez was awarded $545,000 and Noa was forbidden from “criticizing, denigrating, casting in a negative light or otherwise disparaging” her. Jenifer Lopez claimed that the release of these personal home videos are a violation of their confidentiality agreement signed back in January 1998 after the two divorced. She has since dropped her claim against her ex-husband. Nora’s business partner, Ed Meyer, who was also named in the suit that was dropped this past July, told In Touch, “There is revealing video of her with a lack of clothing and in sexual situations, especially in the hotel footage from the honeymoon.”
While no date has been set, Meyer claims that he alongside with Noa are going to produce a DVD and have a streaming release of the footage. Besides the alleged sex tape, Meyer claims that the footage is going to “shock” her fans.
Source: In Touch