Actress Jennifer Lopez is going to face her first husband in a Los Angeles courtroom to try to prevent publication of a tell-all book about her.
Ojani Noa will reportedly provide intimate details about the star's sex life unless a judge prevents him from doing so.
"Sadly, no personal detail is too sacred to be sold by Noa for profit," the papers, filed by Lopez's attorney, Paul Sorrell, stated.
According to E!Online, Lopez has obtained an injunction against the book, titled "The Unknown Truth: A Passionate Portrait of a Serial Thriller," which alleged that Noa offered to back off if Lopez paid him 5 million dollars.
And, the case now is scheduled to be argued in court by Sorrell on June 30 against Noa's lawyer, Robert Vasquez, who filed a six-page document last week denying Lopez's allegations that his client's "compliance could be bought for the right price."
Lopez married Noa in February of 1997 and was outta there by March 1998.