Jennifer Lopez is taking cyber action to new heights. You know when J. Lo gets serious in court, you're in trouble!
Lopez recently won a lawsuit against a man who â€” get this â€” was profiting from her famous name. Apparently, Phoenix, Arizona resident Jeremiah Tieman owned "jenniferlopez.net" and "jenniferlopez.org" in the name of making some cash off the singer's moniker.
The two domain names led Jennifer Lopez fans to a website that had built-in paid ad revenues. The sites have no connection to the singer or her career.
While Lopez officially registered her name for website use 10 years ago this May, the other half of Marc Anthony unfortunately had to take this case all the way to court.
Tieman claimed that the so-called fan sites were intended to provide news and updates on the star for fans to follow. The arbitrator for the case disagreed.
Jenny from the Block certainly has her hands full these days. In addition to caring for her year-old twins, The Wedding Planner star, who hasn't done a movie since 2006, is filming a new movie to be released next year.
In The Back-Up Plan, Lopez conceives twins through artificial insemination, only to meet the man of her dreams on the very same day. Don't you hate it when that happens?
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