Noa, 35, was in California Superior Court without a lawyer on Tuesday and claimed after Judge James C. Chalfant's ruling it was never his intention to sell the private camcorder footage. He said it was his intention to produce a Borat-style mocumentary about himself as a Cuban immigrant.
"She is destroying my life," Noa, vowing the videos were non-sexual and not for sale, told New York's Daily News immediately after the hearing. "This is another proof of her power and money trying to stop me from moving on with my life."
He added: "I'm not making any money from these videos," he said. "This is about having a closure. It's my story."
As described in reports, the video, called How I Married Jennifer Lopez: The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story, reputedly includes 1997 footage of Lopez, now 40, wearing skimpy clothing and supposedly being spanked by Noa. It reportedly also contains a fight between her and her mother.
In 2007, Lopez won a lawsuit that forbade him from publishing a tell-all book about their marriage. That book allegedly claimed Lopez frequently cheated on Noa, including with her current husband, Marc Anthony.