Jennifer Lopez has won the first round of her legal battle to block her first husband from writing a tell-all book about their relationship. A preliminary injunction between the singer and her former spouse, Ojani Noa, was signed by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge temporarily blocking his book. Under the injunction, the Cuban-born Noa is barred from “criticising, denigrating, casting in a negative light or otherwise disparaging” Lopez. He also may not disclose for financial gain “any private or intimate details” about Lopez or their relationship, the court order stated. Moreover, Noa may not sell or circulate a manuscript of the book and must retrieve any book materials from anyone who may have possession of them and inform those parties that they, too, are barred from disseminating them. In the meantime, both sides were directed to try to “resolve their dispute without engaging in further litigation,” the court order states.
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