After much legal wrangling, a Los Angeles judge has granted singer/actress/dancer/entrepreneur Jennifer Lopez two big wishes, not only barring her first husband from publishing a naughty, revealing tell-all memoir of his time with the Bronx-born superstar, but also awarding J.Lo over half a million dollars for her trouble!

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael C. Solner approved a $545,000 arbitration award to the Gigli star in her legal action against first husband Ojani Noa. Adding insult to injury for Noa, who married J.Lo in February 1997, only to split 11 months later, the judge also slapped an injunction on him, forbidding him from publishing negative, denigrating or otherwise not-so-nice details about his ex-wife. This ruling effectively prohibits Noa from airing his dirty laundry for profit.

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