Bans Ex From Writing Tell-All Book

 - Aug 9, 2007
References: nzherald.co.nz
Jennifer Lopez could be an inspiration for new couples to put iron-clad pre-nups and non-disclosure agreements in place before getting married. Jlo did and was successfully able to protecting her rep. In an effort to shield herself from bad publicity, Jlo won a court case against ex husband, Ojani Noa. Noa had written a novel about their relationship, but before it could make it to the publishers, Jlo put a stop to the potentially defamatory exposure. Not only that, but the sultry Latina also scored $545,000 in the arbitration of the lawsuit.

"Among the revelations purportedly made in the ghost-written book, according to media accounts, was that Lopez had multiple affairs during her brief marriage to Noa, including one with salsa-singer Marc Anthony, Lopez's third and current husband, while he also was married someone else," reported the New Zealand Herald.

This is a good reminder to keep poke our heads out of the clouds once in a while when we're caught up in the enamourment of new love.