Jennifer Lopez Sued!

Jennifer Lopez is being sued for $10 million by the girlfriend of her ex-husband Ojani Noa.

Jennifer Lopez

Dancer-turned-actress-turned-singer-turned-American-Idol-judge Jennifer Lopez is being sued by the girlfriend of her ex-husband Ojani Noa for a load of cash.

Claudia Vazquez claims Jennifer Lopez is costing her a pretty penny by blocking the sale of a tape Noa made while married to the star. While not a sex tape, per se, the video does show Lopez flashing the camera without panties and other private moments while on vacation in Puerto Rico.

Lopez and Noa have been tangled in litigation over the tape for years. Vazquez, listed as a co-producer on the video sales project, is suing for $10 million for Lopez's interference in a contract between herself, Noa and manager Ed Meyer.

However, Meyer himself says the suit is more personal than business.

"Vazquez has met Jennifer Lopez on many occasions. They hate each other," Meyer told RadarOnline.com. "Jennifer Lopez called her a 'whore' to a Univision reporter last year."

"She met Jennifer Lopez the first time when Jennifer Lopez walked in on her (Claudia Vazquez) and Ojani Noa having sex in the Hancock Park mansion that Ojani lives in. Jennifer was dating Ben Affleck... at the time."

"We believe that this entire lawsuit against Ojani and I over the Movie and the 'Sex Tapes' Home Videos centers around Jennifer Lopez's hatred for Ojani Noa dating Claudia Vazquez," Meyer said.

The suit also says Lopez lied to a judge to get a restraining order against Noa, who has been dating Vazquez for ten years.

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Annie December 16, 2010 | 1:57 PM

I'm no Jlo fan, but I'm on her side on this one. These two people are trying to make money by embarrassing her using private home movies. In the meantime an untold amount of money is being wasted on both sides. Think of what good things could have been accomplished with that cash instead - like helping the poor in The Bronx or Puerto Rico.

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