A Los Angeles judge has granted Jennifer Lopez's first husband, Ojani Noa, the right to release intimate home videos during her rise to fame. J.Lo had been successful in battling Noa up until this point due to a confidentiality statement he signed after their divorce. Noa found a loop hole in the system by selling the videos to his girlfriend, Claudia Vasquez, so she can release the videos on his behalf.
Claudia is currently meeting with distributors on Tuesday to make a deal in releasing the videos that contain partial nudity and may embarass J.Lo's fame. The videos are expected to hit the shelves in the near future.