Ed Meyer, Noa's business manager, said he may call Combs, who previously dated the singer for over two years, to the witness stand as part of the proceedings over Noa's attempt to release a video he shot of the star when they were married. The legal team for the actress won an injunction blocking the release on the grounds that the video was private and personal.
"Ojani's footage is not a sex tape. In addition to kissing women, there are points where she's lap dancing Ojani (and others). All with her clothes on. We're trying to establish that it's not a sex tape and therefore usable in Ojani's movie," the New York Post quoted Meyer as saying.
Jay Lavely, Lopez's lawyer, said: "Ed Meyer's comments are false and ridiculous. Ms. Lopez will be completely vindicated on her claims in this matter."