Welp! We called that before this case even began in 2010.
Jennifer Lopez was sued by a woman named Claudia Vazquez because the singer blocked her and ex-husband Ojani Noa from producing a Telemundo film called I Owe JLo.
Vazquez argued that a cease-and-desist letter that Lopez fired off caused "tortious interference" which led to the project falling apart.
While there was a glimmer of hope that she MIGHT have a chance at beating one of the biggest names in music, it was crushed on Monday.
A judge ruled in the favor of Lopez's appeal because "privileged legal communication" from the aforementioned cease-and-desist letter "can't be used in court."
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