Jennifer Lopez halts sale of intimate home video filmed by ex-husband

Moved on: Lopez on stage at UCLA Longevity Center's 20th Anniversary ICON Awards this weekend
Jennifer Lopez has won a reprieve in her bid to keep an embarrassing home video from her first marriage under wraps.
The singer's ex-husband Ojani Noa had found a loophole in the law enabling him to release the 'intimate' footage from their short lived marriage.
He sold the footage to his girlfriend Claudia Vazquez for $1 with the intention that she would release it.
Vazquez's lawyer Cris Armenta revealed today that the plan had now been put on hold.
'[Vazquez] will respect the court's orders,' said Armenta.
'The ultimate goal has been to work in this industry as a producer and she  [Vazquez] got the green light to continue to do that. 
'We hope that Ms Lopez will also obey the court's order and not attempt to interfere with her right to make a film.'
The film in question will cover Lopez's rise to fame and her marriage to Noa.
The American Idol judge had successfully argued to block the release of the video, saying that Noa making the footage public violated the confidentiality agreement that he signed after he divorced the star. 
Legal documents state that the mother-of-two is seen flashing her private parts and displaying other 'deviant behaviour'.
'This is among other nudity on her part in the now 21 hours of home movies that we have so far recovered', Meyer had said in the papers, adding that Ojani is continually finding more and more home videos with Lopez that he didn't remember he had.
Although the tapes do not contain full sex scenes they could be of great embarrassment to the star.
Lopez and Noa married in February 1997 after meeting when he worked as a waiter in Miami.
They divorced just a year later but remained friends as Lopez appointed him to work in her restaurant Madres in April 2002.
She fired him in October of that year and that is when she made her ex-husband sign a confidentiality agreement.
Four years ago, Lopez sued Noa to prevent him from publishing a book containing details of their short-lived marriage.
In 2007, a court-appointed arbitrator issued a permanent injunction forbidding Noa from 'criticising, denigrating, casting in a negative light or otherwise disparaging' the Love Don't Cost A Thing singer.
Lopez was awarded $545,000 in compensation and Noa was ordered to hand over all copies of materials related to his proposed book to Lopez's legal team.
In November 2009, Lopez again sued Noa for breach of contract and invasion of privacy, citing the previous confidentiality agreement between the two of them to prevent Noa from releasing his planned film, How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J-Lo and Ojani Noa Story and 'previously unseen home video footage'.
Meyer had argued in the court filing that he is not personally held to a prior settlement between the former couple because he did not benefit from it and didn't know Noa at the time.
Lopez had another failed marriage to backup dancer Cris Judd which lasted nearly 18 months.
She is now happily married to Latin singer Marc Anthony for seven years and the pair have three-year-old twins Max and Emme.
Together: Noa sold the tapes to his current girlfriend Claudia Vazquez who has been granted the authority to release it by a judge today

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