Singer Jennifer Lopez is very happy after Los Angeles Superior Court judge James Chalfant issued a temporary restraining order over the distribution of her intimate video footage with her first husband Ojani Noa. However, the order was made ahead of a scheduled court hearing for Tuesday.
The singer had filed a lawsuit on Friday alleging that her former husband was looking for a buyer for the sex movie, that includes their intimate sexual situations during their honeymoon. She has claimed breach of contract and is seeking $10 million in damages. Filmmaker Ed Meyer is also named in her suit.
On Monday, judge James Chalfant issued the temporary order stating that the proposed movie "How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The JLo and Ojani Noa Story" may violate an agreement between Lopez and Noa, in which he agreed not to disclose private information about her.
Jennifer Lopez married singer Marc Anthony in 2004 and has two children with him. Earlier, she had won a $545,000 judgment against Noa in a similar case involving a planned tell-all book two years ago.
However, Noa said on Monday that he was not dissuaded by the judge's ruling. He would go to fight it.