JENNIFER LOPEZ has turned up the heat on her ex-husband's plans to release a satirical documentary about their short-lived marriage - she is suing her him for $10 million in damages.
Ojani Noa, who was married to the actress/singer between 1997 and 1998, is preparing a documentary, entitled How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story.
Due to a legally-binding settlement in which Noa agreed not to release any information about the former couple's time as husband and wife, Lopez's legal team issued a cease-and-desist missive demanding that he scrap all his plans for the film.
However, Noa has laughed off the threats, insisting his movie is "100 per cent parody" and therefore does not breach the agreement the pair made in 2005.
But Lopez doesn't find the situation amusing, and after hearing home movie footage from the pair's honeymoon would feature in the satire, she filed suit at Los Angeles County Superior Court on Friday claiming the terms of their settlement have been broken.
Lopez is demanding a permanent ban on Noa releasing any footage of her, and wants a whopping $10 million in damages.