A judge has halted the release of a sex tape of Jennifer Lopez and her ex husband Ojani Noa.
Lopez's lawyer Jay Lavely filed for an emergency court order Monday to keep the tapes sealed, RadarOnline.com reports.
Noa and Lopez's lawyers have been locked in a court battle over Noa's attempt to release raunchy videos from their 1990 honeymoon.
Noa's partner, filmmaker Ed Meyer, is trying to have the case thrown out on a technicality, RadarOnline.com reports. Meyer claims Lopez's lawyer did not file paperwork halting the tape's release in a timely manner or in the proper form.
The next hearing is scheduled for Tuesday morning. Lopez is not expected to attend.