Jennifer Lopez has won a lawsuit against her first husband, Ojani Noa, and got $545,000 (401,089 EUR).
The judge also issued a permanent injunction barring Noa from publishing negative, denigrating or disparaging details about Lopez. Noa had planned to publish a book claiming the singer-actress had several affairs.
The award was recommended in April by a court-ordered arbitrator.
Lopez's lawsuit had accused Noa of violating a previous lawsuit settlement that prevented him from revealing private information about their relationship.
Noa and Lopez married in February 1997 and divorced 11 months later.
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