JLo sued for $10m over sex tapes

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JENNIFER Lopez is to be sued by her ex-husband's girlfriend.

Claudia Vazquez - who is in a relationship with Ojani Noa, the singer-and-actress' spouse for just under a year until January 1998 - is planning to file a $10 million lawsuit against the star in Los Angeles.

The case will allege that Jennifer misstated facts to the court to obtain a restraining order against her former spouse - who she has been trying to prevent making their old home videos public - which then interfered with a motion picture contract between Claudia, Ojani and Ed Meyer, who had been set to produce the tapes.

Ed said: "We believe that this entire lawsuit against Ojani and I over the movie and the 'Sex Tapes' Home Videos enters around Jennifer Lopez's hatred for Ojani Noa dating Claudia Vazquez."

According to Ed, Jennifer - who has two-year-old twins Max and Emme with her current husband Marc Anthony - "hates" Claudia and embarked on her initial legal battle as a result of a personal vendetta against her.

He added to "Vazquez has met Jennifer Lopez on many occasions. They hate each other. Jennifer Lopez called her a 'w***e' to a Univision reporter last year.

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

Ojani and Claudia have been dating for 10 years.

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