Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 26 May 2015

Appeals court sides with J-Lo

Jennifer Lopez's first husband wants to use portions of more than 11 hours of home videos of him and the superstar for a movie
Jennifer Lopez's first husband wants to use portions of more than 11 hours of home videos of him and the superstar for a movie

A California appeals court has said a dispute between Jennifer Lopez and her first husband over the release of intimate home videos should be handled through arbitration, not the public court system.

A ruling on Friday by the 2nd District Court of Appeal states that a Los Angeles judge erred by not granting Lopez's request to move the case to arbitration.

The ruling states Lopez has a valid agreement with ex-husband Ojani Noa and his agents preventing him from releasing "any private or intimate details" about the couple's relationship.

Lopez and Noa wed in 1997. Their marriage lasted just 11 months.

They have been fighting in court for nearly two years over Noa's plans to use portions of more than 11 hours of home videos of him and Lopez for a movie.

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