Jennifer Lopez Gets $545,000 From First Husband Over Tell-All

According to court documents, R&B Singer Jennifer Lopez has won $545,000 in the arbitration case against her first husband over his plans to publish a tell-all book about the star. As part of the arbitrator’s decision, Lopez also won a permanent injunction barring her ex-husband, Ojani Noa, from disclosing intimate information about their relationship for personal gain. Some of the topics being exposed in the tell-all book, was that Lopez had multiple affairs during there brief marriage, including one with Latin singer Marc Anthony, Lopez’s husband, while he also was married to someone else. Anthony and Lopez, 38, married in June 2004, just days after he was divorced from Dayanara Torres, a Puerto Rican model, and five months after Lopez broke off her much-publicized engagement to actor Ben Affleck. Lopez sued Noa, 31, in June 2006 to stop him from publishing the book, claiming it violated the terms of a nondisclosure, “non-disparagement” agreement the two had reached under a previous legal settlement. The arbitration of their latest dispute makes permanent an injunction Lopez obtained against the book’s publication in June 2006. “I just hope he respects the order of the court,” said Paul Sorrell, attorney for Lopez. “If he doesn’t, it won’t be over.”


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