Charter jet company sues Jennifer Lopez, saying she hasn't paid for flights

A private jet company has sued Jennifer Lopez, saying the singer and actress is late on payments for a pair of chartered flights.

Avjet Corp. of Burbank sued Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeking nearly $35,000.

It claims Lopez has yet to pay for two flights on Gulfstream jets from Farmingdale, N.Y. — one to Puerto Rico on Jan. 26, and another to Burbank on May 25.

Each flight cost about $16,000, according to the lawsuit, and with interest the bill totals $34,241.

An invoice lists the passengers as Marco Muniz — the real name of her musician husband, Marc Anthony — and Lopez under the name Jennifer Muniz, along with four other guests.

Calls made after business hours Thursday to Lopez's attorney and publicist were not immediately returned.

Lopez, 36, has appeared in such films as "Selena," "Out of Sight" and "Monster-in-Law."

She and Anthony co-star in "El Cantante," a biopic of salsa legend Hector Lavoe that premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last month.