Jennifer Lopez's first ex-husband, he of the maybe-maybe not J.Lo-starring sex tape, has been barred from releasing any more "confidential information" about his former missus, thanks to a protective order Lopez was granted yesterday.
The majority of which, incidentally, was heavily amended in black marker—a detail that Noa's team failed to find the charm in.
"We are still trying to fully decipher Judge [James] Chalfant's exact order, which was written in Sharpie pen," Noa's agent, Ed Meyer, told E! News. Meyer was also barred from blabbing in the order.
"I guess due to the California budget cuts, as I have no other clue why a Superior Court judge would write and sign a court order with a Sharpie pen."
Jeez, everyone's a critic.
Still, just because Noa and Meyer can't talk Lopez doesn't mean they can't talk—and pontificate they will when they return to court later this morning to challenge the order.
"We plan to bring up this order and many other issues in court," Meyer said. "We were never noticed, nor invited to this hearing today, even though we are the defendants."
Should the order stand, it will last until the court hears all arguments over his proposed Lopez-inspired "mockumentary" and makes a final decision as to its legality.