In today’s edition of Crazy @$s Exes, Jennifer Lopez wants her former hubby’s parody movie stopped — Stat! Aspiring model Ojani Noa claims his upcoming movie, How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story, is a parody about his short-lived marriage to the Jennifer Lopez – but the Borat-inspired mockumentary will never see the light of day if Jenny from the Block has anything to say about, according to TheWrap.com.
Ojani and Jennifer were married from 1997 to 1998. Lawyers for the pop star have sent a cease and desist letter to the star’s first husband ordering production on the movie shut down. The film — which still in the pre-production stage — will chronicle Noa’s romance Lopez, according to Noa and producer Ed Meyer.
In 2007, Ojani was slapped with a injunction which reportedly bars him from “licensing, disseminating, distribution… any book manuscript or other written materials which contain private or intimate details about Lopez or Noa’s relationship with Lopez” after he tried to publish a tell-all about his relationship with Jennfer.
Ojani How I Married Jennifer Lopez is “100% parody” and therefore does not fall under the restrictions of the injuction. He claims his burgeoning modeling career has suffered since divorcing Jennifer and and alleges infidelity during the pair’s brief union.
“The whole movie is about me coming to this country and getting my dream shut down by somebody who I thought was a good person,” he told TheWrap.com. “I was in totally in love with her. I gave my soul to her. It wasn’t my fault she shared it with 3 people. I was angry.”
How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J.Lo and and Ojani Noa Story is currently casting. Shooting will begin in February.