Within days of wrapping her triumphant debut season as an 'American Idol' judge, Jennifer Lopez received bad news from a Los Angeles courtroom: Her first husband, Ojani Noa, has won a long legal battle now that he finally found a loophole allowing intimate home video of J.Lo to be released.

The footage, which may or may not contain nudity, was allegedly shot during the pop singer's short marriage to the former waiter. The two tied the knot in 1997 before splitting months later. Noa was J.Lo's first husband; she is currently raising young twins with third husband Marc Anthony.

Throughout the case, Lopez's legal team successfully blocked the video's release, citing a confidentiality agreement Noa reportedly signed when the couple divorced which would ban him from making such private material public.

However, J.Lo's ex has recently sold the video to his current girlfriend, who is already going forward with a scheme to release the footage via a distributor. On Friday, according to RadarOnline.com, a judge in the case has ruled that the plan is legal.