A judge has granted Jennifer Lopez's request for a temporary restraining order to stop distribution of intimate home video footage, according to reports.
Her private moments with her ex will remain a mystery - for now.
The restraining order to halt the release of the tape will remain in effect until a hearing is held to determine if the order should be extended.
J. Lo has filed a lawsuit against ex-husband Ojani Noa over a tell-all movie about their marriage, which includes footage of her "in a revealing lack of clothing, and in sexual situations, especially in the hotel room from [her and Noa's] honeymoon."
Ojani Noa and Jennifer Lopez were married under a year in the late 1990s.
He threatened two years ago to write a tell-all unless he was paid $5 million.
Instead, a judge awarded Jennifer Lopez $545,000 and quashed the book, which he ruled violated a 2004 deal not to publish details of their relationship.
Lopez's team calls the movie an "outrageous attempt" to make money after he agreed to a settlement "for which he was paid substantial compensation."
Not sure if that would be a hot seller or not, but you've got to give Ojani Noa credit for keeping this sex tape around long enough to try to cash in!
Actually, no you don't. What a d!ck move.