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J-Lo Honeymoon Tape Sparks Porn Bidding War



Filed under : Celebrity News

All the major porn studios are desperate to outbid each other to get hold of Jennifer Lopez’ honeymoon tape from 1997. The tape features a lot of nudity, bare skin and shows the Latino star being spanked. Now her ex-husband, Ojani Noa is selling a copy to the highest bidder.

Red Light District, YouPorn.com, and PornHub.com are all trying to submit the highest bid for this highly prized video. The bids have now reached around $40,000. If you think that’s low, it’s because there is no actual sex on the tape – just some making out and spanking fun.

Jennifer Lopez tried desperately hard to block her ex, Ojani Noa, from releasing the tape. However, last week, an L.A. judge ruled she had no case to stop the distribution of the sexy home movie.

That judgement sparked a porn bidding war. However, no deal has yet been struck.

Lopez is now married to singer and musician Marc Anthony and is the mother of twins. Her position as a judge on American Idol this year has again rejuvenated J-Lo’s career, which has stumbled a number of times. Coincidentally, along with her career resurrection, she also bagged the title of Sexiest Woman in the World!

Things are really looking up for Jennifer Lopez again now. Her career has had more reincarnations than a phoenix and she could show a chameleon a thing or two about changing appearance.

So what do you think about this honeymoon video being released? And do you want to see it yourself?

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