This thing with the Jennifer Lopez and Ojani Noa no-sex tape is getting a little ridiculous. It started with a judge telling J-Lo she couldn't stop Noa from releasing the videos despite the fact that Noa was told he couldn't release any intimate details of their life together.
So the creep sold the footage to his girlfriend Claudia Vazquez for a buck, and J-Lo sued to bar her from using it.
We're sure you remember all that, though, since it's only been a day. Here's where it gets really annoying. (We mean more annoying than a celebrity estimated to be worth more than $110 million suing anyone for another $10 million.) Though if anyone deserves it, Noa might, since he’s apparently unwilling to abide by a previous settlement to leave J.Lo alone unless he gets dragged into court.
It seems Noa's manager Ed Meyer took off with the footage, presumably to sell it. Vazquez's attorney served him with a demand for return of the footage, and they all met at the courthouse. The judge ordered the footage be kept in a safety deposit box in City National Bank in Century City, Calif. The key holder? J-Lo's lawyer, of course.