Jennifer Lopez will be back in court on Monday, June 6, in order to prevent the release of a sex tape that her ex-husband Ojani Noa is attempting to sell to porn sites. Noa was recently granted legal permission to release the sex tape after he sold it to his girlfriend, Claudia Vasquez, for distribution.

The video in question is a home movie that was taken on J. Lo and Noa's honeymoon in 1997. Lopez was married to Noa from February 1997 to January 1998, and ever since the split, Noa has been trying desperately to make money off of Lopez's career. He has tried to write books and produce films, but due to a confidentiality agreement between him and Lopez, his past attempts were barred by the law.

Claudia Vazquez's lawyer has stated that although the tape contains more than 27 hours of private footage, with 15-20 minutes containing nudity, the video is not technically a "sex tape." However, this doesn't seem to matter, because according to a several reports, the sex tape could garner millions if released. Apparently, Noa has already received huge offers from a myriad of Internet porn sites.

Stay tuned with PopCrush for more updates on the situation as details emerge.