Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez's intimate details will not be getting exposed anytime soon, as her first husband Ojani Noa has agreed to a preliminary injunction.
According to court documents obtained by E!Online on Friday, Noa has consented not to go ahead with his plans to pen a tell-all book about his former wife.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe signed off on the order, ending the need for a hearing that was scheduled for Friday (June 30) in which Lopez's attorneys had planned to request an order barring publication of the salacious allegations.
The current injunction will remain in effect until a non-jury trial is held to determine whether Noa's project should remain permanently out of sight.
The case has been reassigned to Judge Victor Person for trial, but no date has been set yet.
Meanwhile, the injunction order further asks both sidesto try and "resolve their dispute without engaging in further litigation."