Singer Jennifer Lopez has won a court order barring her first husband from making their sex life public - at least for a day.
Lopez is suing Ojani Noa for $10 million, claiming he intends to make and sell a movie containing home video of the actress in sexual situations, including during their 1997 honeymoon.
A Los Angeles judge barred Noa and his producer, Ed Meyer, from distributing the material yesterday until a hearing later today to decide whether to extend the order, which Noa plans to fight.
Court papers show that the star claims Noa - who she divorced a year after their marriage - is planning to release a film entitled How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J-Lo and Ojani Noa Story.
The mother-of-two claims the move represents a direct violation of a confidentiality agreement they signed a few years back, in documents filed on Friday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, according to TMZ.com.
Lopez, 40, is suing Cuban-born Noa for breach of contract and invading her privacy.
She is seeking $10million and wants a judge to ban the planned release of the movie and video footage.
Gotta be better than any of her movies.