A Mexican soap opera actress who was producing a movie on Jennifer Lopez’s early life has sued the singer, claiming she has tried to thwart the project over fears that it would contain footage from unflattering home movies including some sex scenes. Claudia Vasquez, business partner and former girlfriend of Lopez’s ex-husband Ojani Noa, seeks $10 million in damages from Lopez for interfering with the production of the biopic, which has funding from NBC and Telemundo. Lopez previously sued Noa for invasion of privacy last year when she discovered that he was making the movie and obtained an injunction prohibiting him from using the home movies. The singer has been pushing to resolve the case in arbitration in an effort to keep personal details from going public. Appeals on this issue have reportedly tied up production of the movie, tentatively titled ‘The Escape.’The home videos the filmmakers hope to use run 27 hours and were filmed over a thee-year time period during Lopez and Noa’s relationship.. They were married in 1997 and divorced 11 months later. And other scenes allegedly show Lopez doing a lap dance on one woman and kissing another woman, Meyer said. Meyer hopes to call Combs as a witness in his case to prove that Lopez makes untruthful statements and none of her claims should be believed. It was only because Noa was nice enough to give Lopez an advance copy of the script for ‘The Escape’ that the singer even knew about the project, Vasquez said.
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