Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant granted Jennifer Lopez a temporary restraining order, on November 9, which blocks her ex-husband, Ojani Noa, from releasing racy videos they filmed during their honeymoon and 11-month marriage. On November 6, the singer/actress filed a $10 million lawsuit against her former love, claiming he was violating a confidentiality agreement by moving ahead with his plans to create a movie called How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J. Lo and Ojani Noa Story. According to Ojani, he was only using the video footage for inspiration for the film. But the judge ordered him and his film partner, Ed Meyer, to turn over all material related to the movie. He is expected back in court on December 1 to contest the restraining order.