J-Lo's Ex Threatens to Release Wedding Tapes

Tapes show no nudity, but may include a "spanking," he says

J-Lo is hoping one movie she starred in never gets released.

Some 12 hours of video shot by Ojani Noa during his brief marriage to Jennifer Lopez could hit the web by Monday, according to Noa's lawyer. But those looking for a sex tape with Jenny from the Block as leading lady may be disappointed. Noa, who Lopez is suing to try to block from making the tapes public, says there's no nudity.

"They think I have a sex tape with her and that I'm trying to sell it," Noa told E! News earlier this week.

"My tape is from our honeymoon, the wedding, us hanging out. There's no nudity - maybe one spanking. There's moments of her fighting with her mom...couples having fun and kissing. If someone has a sex tape, it's not me," the 35-year-old added.

The tapes could show up on the web Monday id Noa's lawyer, Ed Meyer, follows through on his plan to enter them as evidence in their court case. That would put them in the public record, and it would take about five minutes for them to be posted on the Internet, legally.

"Jennifer Lopez does not want the home videos to be entered into the open court record," Meyer told RadarOnline.com.

The Bronx-born Lopez filed a $10 million suit earlier this month to stop Noa from releasing the video, shot during their 10-month marriage in 1997.

 Noa reportedly was peddling a mockumentary film, titled "How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story."

"I'm not going to harm anybody," Noa told E! "I'm a great guy. If I was going to hurt anybody I have had many, many chances to do it. I always wish her the best."

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