Jennifer Lopez is not done in the fight to prevent her intimate videos from becoming public consumption. She is heading back to court on Monday, June 6 to stop the sale of her honeymoon footage to porn sites by her first husband Ojani Noa and his partner slash girlfriend, Claudia Vazquez.
Lopez had once lost in the court battle when a judge determined that, while Noa and his manager Ed Meyer are forbidden to profit off of the Lopez footage, she is not allowed to interfere with Vasquez's right to make a living. Noa indeed sold the tape to Vazquez who then offered it for the highest bidder this week.
Not exactly containing a sex scene, the 27-hour home video is taken from Lopez and Noa's 1997 honeymoon. Since it has no porn value, adult sites such as PornHub.com are reportedly only bidding around $40,000 for the tape. Vazquez's lawyer, however, said that there's about 15 to 20 minutes of nudity but Lopez freely allowed herself to be filmed at that time.