A longtime thorn in Jennifer Lopez's side, her very first husband, looks to have gotten a legal loophole to release a private home video of her.
Former waiter Ojani Noa is reportedly shopping around an 11-hour video of unseen footage that includes them during their honeymoon in 1997.
Noa’s business partner Ed Meyer told InTouch that they will be releasing the X-rated home video on DVD and for online streaming.
“There is revealing video of her with a lack of clothing and in sexual situations, especially in the hotel footage from the honeymoon,” he said.
The video reportedly also includes Lopez arguing with her mother Guadalupe, telling her that she won’t give her more money for gambling.
According to the Daily Beast, Lopez has been embroiled in a web of lawsuits with Noa, Meyer and their business partner Claudia Vasquez for nearly six years over the tape.
She claims that any release of private material from her relationship with Noa violates the confidentiality agreement that they signed when they split after 11 months of marriage in January 1998.
The legal headache began in 2004 when Noa, whos is Cuban, sued Lopez alleging breach of contract after he was fired from his job as a manager of one of her restaurants.
Then in 2006 Lopez sued him to block the release of a planned tell-all book about their marriage, which alleged that the “American Idol” judge had multiple affairs during their short marriage, including with future ex-husband Marc Anthony. Noa was found to have violated the couple’s confidentiality clause for shopping the book around.
In 2013, Noa’s camp tried to seek a hefty cash settlement of $3.75 million to prevent the tape’s release.
However, in July, Lopez reportedly withdrew her claims against her ex-husband and his business partners. Meyer said this gives them the green light to move forward with the video’s release.
“The videos contain salacious material and are going to shock her fans,” Meyer told InTouch.