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Jennifer Lopez Not Feelin’ The Love From Judge In Extortion Case

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Jennifer Lopez Loses Extortion Lawsuit

Breaking news!

Celebrities don’t always win!

Jennifer Lopez is feeling the burn today as she lost in a case where she was suing her former driver for extortion.

Not exactly the perfect gift for the holidays.

J.Lo was suing for $20 million after Hakob Manoukian sued her for $2.8 million as he claimed he was forced to resign after being publicly berated by her manager Benny Medina.

Jennifer claims he wanted the money or was going to release private information he learned while being her driver.

Oooh, perhaps secrets about what goes on between her and her boy toy Casper Smart??

We don't mind it going public!

While Hakob’s lawsuit is still pending, her lawsuit claiming extortion after a legitimate firing was dismissed.

Doesn't the judge know Jenny from the Block would never unfairly fire someone??

LOLz!

[Image via WENN.]

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3 comments to “Jennifer Lopez Not Feelin’ The Love From Judge In Extortion Case”



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    I hope she gets shot.

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