Jennifer Lopez knows the value of each of her precious assets… and so does Judge James Chalfant. The judge granted a temporary injunction against Lopez’s first husband, Ojani Noa, and his agent, Ed Meyer, blocking them from exposing private home videos that were made on their honeymoon.
“It’s private and personal, but it wasn’t a sex tape. They are innocent and they have been misrepresented…to increase value and media attention,” said Jay Lavely, Lopez’s attorney as he rushes to the courts to make the injunction permanent as soon as possible.
For security purposes, Lopez is required to post a $50,000 bond to cover potential “lost profits” in the event the order is dissolved.
This is mere pocket change for the Bronx Bombshell, who’s topping charts with her new hit single “Louboutins”, which she performed recently at the American Music Awards.
“I know the song by heart now,” said Christian Louboutin. According to “The Cut”, Lopez even made a personal phone call to ask how to properly pronounce his name.
Fashion royalty endorsement, chart-topping single, an unforgettable AMA performance… J-Lo is back in the spotlight without the help of Noa.
“It’s not about the money. It’s about my life,” Noa said to E! Online after the hearing.
Yea right. Watch out Noa! She’s taking the gloves off …and throwing on her Louboutins.
Gallery Info: Jennifer Lopez leaving Duck Soup bookstore with her bodyguard, wearing a grey jumper and matching scarf and cap.