Poor Ojani Noa.
Dude just can't seem to cash in on his ex-wife thanks to pesky judges who keep on blocking the release of his honeymoon tape with Jennifer Lopez.
Yes, J. Lo was once married to some dude named Ojani Noa, and yes, there is a honeymoon tape. Calling it a J. Lo sex tape is kind of a misnomer.
More on that in a moment.
Lopez has been fighting tooth and nail to keep her private life with her first ex-husband private, and yesterday, a judge’s ruling helped her cause.
An L.A. Superior Court judge is keeping a ban in place against Ojani Noa, saying he can’t release his private home videos of J. Lo, the AP reports.
Thus ends his long-awaited chance to cash in.
Judge James C. Chalfant said he will issue an injunction against anyone distribute the videos, while Jennifer sued Noa last month for $10 million.
She claimed Ojani was in breach of the terms of their divorce and a confidentiality agreement. Looks like a judge agreed and the tape is kaput.
Not that it was even that racy, according to her attorney, who denies the Jennifer "sex tape" even contains any sexual situations with Ojani Noa.
"There wasn't anything close to sex in it," Lopez's attorney John Lavely said. "We never alleged that. But it's private and personal to my client."
The footage has scenes from the ex-couple's marriage in Florida and honeymoon in Cuba, Noa's film partner Claudia Vazquez previously stated.
Jennifer and Ojani married in 1997, but stayed together for only 11 months afterward. She went on to marry Cris Judd and then Marc Anthony.