<p><span></span><strong>Jennifer Lopez </strong>put a halt to the release of a movie that's supposedly based on her marriage to Ojani Noa, but her ex isn't giving up. His lawyer and business manager are in court trying to overturn a judge's ruling that blocks the tape from being shown, and they're accusing J.Lo of harassing Ojani, to whom she was married for 11 months between 1997 and 1998. "She's having him followed," Ojani's business manager, Ed Meyer, tells <em>Life & Style</em>. "We just ran the license plate of the car -- it's a black Audi -- and it goes directly back to Jennifer Lopez. Ojani's scared."</p>
But Jennifer, 40, is within her legal rights, says an insider close to the actress. "It's a process server trying to give Ojani a subpoena," says the insider. Ojani's lawyer, Frank Sanes Jr., tells Life & Style that his client fears for his life. "We have some concerns right now about the personal safety of Ojani," Sanes says. "We believe he's under surveillance by someone. He's had death threats."
Jennifer was granted a temporary restraining order that prevents Ojani from selling the allegedly steamy home videos. But Ojani, 35, claims his flick, How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story, is not a sex tape but a Borat-style parody of his life as a Cuban immigrant and that the superstar is unfairly keeping him from making money. "She's destroying my life," says Ojani, who was waiting tables when he met Jennifer.
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