Jennifer Lopez in the buff! So who's looking to snap up the raunchy honeymoon video and what's it expected to fetch? Lo has a meltdown Starting bids were "in the hundreds of thousands," Noa's manager, Ed Meyer, exclusively tells E! The final price is expected to skyrocket into the millions now that several top-tier porn companies are vying for the rights. Also we have the largest traffic, we get 50 million views per day," boasts Kate Miller of Pornhub.
Lo has fought for years to keep the footage on lockdown. Lopez's attorney, Jay Lavely, tells E! News that there is still a permanent injunction in place that prohibits the footage from being released and that a judge's ruling on May 26 preventing Lopez from interfering with Vazquez's livelihood does not change matters. Vazquez, who bought the rights to Noa's J. Regardless, he adds, they are planning to appeal the judge's latest ruling.
Noa and Lopez were married in Miami on Feb. The footage now for sale comes from their honeymoon. But as a lawyer for Vazquez notes, the video is not technically a "sex tape. Lo and Noa] but I can say there is a lot of footage that has never been seen before," M.
Cris Armenta tells E! Noa and Lopez divorced a year later and the footage wound up in storage for years. For a few years, at least, they were on good terms. He even was a manager in one of her restaurants. Because of that amicable relationship, Meyer says, Noa wound up with the tapes back in his possession. And on top of that, we have all the home videos he shot, and in those videos, she's giving him permission to shoot her.
During the research for that project, the two unearthed all the footage. In , Lopez sued to prevent Noa from releasing a tell-all and managed to block the book. But pretty soon, the world might see Jennifer Lopez like she's never been seen before.