Jlo’s ex gets right to release intimate home video

Jennifer Lopez has lost a legal battle to keep home video from her first marriage private.

So far, Lopez has argued the release of the tapes would violate the confidentiality agreement Noa signed. But now he’s found a legal loophole that enables him to go public with the tapes.

Ojani reportedly sold the footage to his current girlfriend, Claudia Vazquez, who will release it on his behalf. A Los Angeles judge issued a ruling on Friday that allows Vazquez to release the footage.

“Claudia Vazquez has been allowed to release the home videos of Ojani and Jennifer. The project will deal with JLo’s rise to fame, and her marriage to Ojani. Claudia will be meeting with video distributors on Tuesday, and hopefully, a deal can be made very soon,” Ed Meyer, the executive producer of the project said.

The video reportedly covers Lopez’s rise to fame and her marriage to Noa.

JLo married Cuban-born Noa, then a waiter in a Miami restaurant, in February 1997 and they divorced in 1998.