In 2007, Lopez sued Noa, claiming he breached the confidentiality agreement by shopping a tell-all book about his life with Lopez. An arbitrator found in favor of Lopez and granted an injunction that restrained Noa and anyone acting on his behalf from publishing the book, casting her in a negative light and disclosing private details about their relationship for money. Lopez also won $545,000 in damages and lawyers fees, according to AP.
Calls to Lopez's lawyers and media representatives went unreturned.
According to the lawsuit, Meyer has refused to turn over the home video footage or stop production on the film, claiming that the 2007 injunction is "totally ineffective." He told the Web site NewsBlaze that the injunction doesn't apply to a film that is a parody.
It appears that Lopez is not convinced and is doing everything in her power to stop the project.
"The reality is people do these things," Connecticut family law attorney Guy Ferro told ABCNews.com. "Jennifer Lopez wasn't stupid -- she let her heart govern what she did. It happens all the time."
At the same time, such a tape surfacing is not necessarily a bad thing for a celebrity.
"A lot of them, that's how they got their start," Ferro said. "They take their clothes off and become a star."
Here are four celebrities famous for getting caught naked on tape: