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People Staff
September 06, 2007 AT 04:00 PM EDT

Although we’d already reported that Ojani Noa wouldn’t be allowed to publish a tell-all book about his life with ex-wife Jennifer López, and that he would have to pay her $545,000 in indemnity charges, it wasn’t until yesterday that this ruling was upheld by a judge.

Judge Michael C. Solner of the Los Angeles Superior Court also gave a permanent order that prohibits Noa from publishing any details that might portray the singer in a negative or disparaging light.

After her ex, 33, threatened to publish the book, López, 39, filed a lawsuit against him, accusing him of having violated a previous agreement that prohibited him from revealing private information. Jennifer López and Ojani Noa were married from February 1997 until January 1998.

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