‘Salacious’ Footage Of Jennifer Lopez May Become Public Without Her Consent
In a totally gross and sleazy bid for attention and money, Jennifer Lopez' ex-husband Ojani Noa—professional ex-husband to Jennifer Lopez and most notable for being, uh, Jennifer Lopez' ex-husband—is planning on releasing hours of private home-footage of his successful and empowered ex-wife on DVD.
Noa—who was married to Lopez back in 1997 for about a year—and Lopez have been embroiled in legal battle for roughly six years over the release of the salacious, intimate footage, including what very much seems to be a sex tape possibly recorded during the former couple's honeymoon. Reportedly, Lopez has "spent millions" in trying to keep the private tapes from becoming public, understandably. (And in truth, it's unfortunate that any human being, celebrity or otherwise, should need to spend any amount of money in order to keep private footage private.)
Now, Noa's business partner(-in-crime) Ed Meyer is claiming that he's found a loophole, and is planning on releasing the intimate footage now that court proceedings between Lopez and her ex have reached somewhat of a deadlock.
Meyer vindictively claims, "We are going to produce a DVD and also have a streaming release of the J.Lo home video footage. There is revealing video of her with a lack of clothing and in sexual situations, especially in the hotel footage from the honeymoon. The videos contain salacious material and are going to shock her fans. We have unfinished business." Gosh, he sounds like a nice guy, doesn't he?
It's sad to think that there's a chance that this personal footage may actually become publicly available against Lopez' wishes, so here's earnestly hoping Noa and Meyer's evil plans are foiled.
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