Jennifer Lopez and Ojani Noa remain at odds—15 years following their divorce after less than a year of marriage.
A notice from counsel that the matter had been settled was filed in L.A. Superior Court yesterday in the long-gestating legal battle between Lopez, Noa and two of his associates, who intended to sell intimate video footage from the exes' honeymoon before J.Lo's camp secured an injunction and had a judge order that the tape be locked up in a safe-deposit box.
But, according to Noa's business partner Ed Meyer, who owns a portion of the video, the warring parties have not reached an agreement.
"Ojani Noa and I have not accepted a settlement," Meyer tells E! News. "What Jennifer Lopez's attorneys are offering is ridiculous. We are asking for $ 3.75 million."
Noa's gal-pal Claudia Vazquez, who also owns a piece of the so-called film project, had been the one sparring with Lopez in court over distribution rights.
Lopez's attorney has not yet returned requests for comment. A hearing for both parties to show cause for dismissal (i.e. terms of a settlement) is currently scheduled for Sept. 10 at 8:30 a.m.
—Reporting by Marcus Mulick and Claudia Rosenbaum