J.Lo's ex-husband Ojani Noa agreed not to publish his planned tell-all book.
Jennifer Lopez could feel relieved, for a little while, as her ex-husband Ojani Noa has agreed not to publish the tell-all book of the actress-singer he wrote while the process of settling down a lawsuit over the set is running.
The first husband of Jenn agreed Friday June 30th to a preliminary injunction that prevents him from publishing his plans to pen a tell-all book about his former wife. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe signed an order Thursday June 29th enforcing the injunction against him, resulting in a cancellation of Friday's scheduled hearing, at which attorneys for Lopez had planned to request an order barring publication of the salacious allegations.
The preliminary injunction signed this week will remain in effect until both parties settle their dispute or a non-jury trial is held to decide whether the latest court order will remain permanent. That particular day in court has not been scheduled yet.