Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Jennifer Lopez:

Despite many media outlets having a copy of Jennifer Lopez's sex tape, Judge James Chalfant has blocked Jennifer Lopez’s ex-husband Ojani Noa from "distributing" the movie of the former married couple in compromising sex positions.

The Los Angeles Superior Court’s decision will remain in effect until today's hearing in which it will be determined if the order is to be extended.


  1. She ought to thank her lucky stars! with her having children this is a disgrace, but maybe she would like the publicity since her career is on the rocks!! some people would do anything to mantain wealth and fame.

  2. He already published a tell all book. She sued him and he had to pay up.

    Some people have copies already.
    Some people have copies of the sex tape too.

    Do you know know how simple it is to make a copy of a DVD and sell it bootleg style?

    Ask RKelly and wave "hey ho" to JLO.