Jennifer Lopez is suing her ex-husband again — two years after she won a $545,000 judgment against him — accusing him for planning to use a sex tape of them in a tell-all movie, The New York Times reports. Jennifer’s lawsuit filed Friday states that her former husband Ojani Noa has been trying to sell to film industry players a movie with footage of J.Lo and Ojani in sexual situations. The film includes footage of them in their hotel room on their honeymoon in 1997.
Jennifer, who married Marc Anthony in 2004 and now has two children with him, is seeking $10 million. She also is seeking a court order to prevent the release of any footage of her and Noa being intimate.
Ojani, a chef and model, was married to Jennifer for less than 11 months. In 2006, J.Lo sued her ex for his plans to publish a tell-all book about their life and a California judge ordered him to pay $545,000 for breach of contract. Jennifer said Ojani had signed an agreement not to publish details about their relationship.
Jennifer’s attorneys reportedly sent a cease and desist letter to Ojani and filmakers demanding that they stop production of a film titled How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The JLo and Ojani Noa Story.
The lawsuit accuses Ojani of breach of contract and names filmmaker Ed Meyer as a defendant.