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SERIAL SEX CHEAT; That's what former hubby brands J-Lo in tell-all biography.

Byline: By Lee-Ann Fullerton

THE first husband of Jennifer Lopez is set to lift the lid on the star's sexual secrets.

Ojani Noa is planning to publish a book in which he will accuse J-Lo of having "multiple duplicitous sexual affairs".

Noa will also describe his first sexual encounter with the three-times married actress-singer on a hotel balcony in Miami.

And he will brand her mother, Guadalupe Lopez, a racist with a gambling problem.

Details of the book - The Unknown Truth: A Passionate Portrait Of A Serial Thriller - were revealed in court documents filed by J-Lo's lawyers in Los Angeles this week.

The star is trying to stop the book being published, claiming it would break an earlier agreement she had with Noa which prevents him divulging details of her private life.

In the latest round of dirt-dishing, Noa claims Lopez had multiple affairs on the set of Anaconda in 1997, including a relationship with Marc Anthony, who she went on to marry two years ago.

J-Lo's lawyer Paul Sorrell says in the papers: "Noa will do anything within his power to make money off his ex-wife. He is out of control."

J-Lo, 36, and Noa married in February 1997 and divorced less than a year later.

Last April, she started legal action after news leaked of Noa's book plans.

Her lawyers claimed Noa offered to back off if Lopez paid him pounds 2.75million.

This month, he replied by saying he is free to publish anything he wants.

Noa said: "I live in a free country. I can talk and say whatever I want to."

This week, the court battle continued. In their papers, J-Lo's lawyers claim Noa recently tried to sell a video of her getting ready for their wedding and honeymoon and another featuring her in a bikini.

Noa's lawyers will battle it out with J-Lo's team in court tomorrow.

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DISHING THE DIRT: Lopez with Noa, left, during their marriage, which lasted less than a year. Below, J-Lo with her current husband Marc Anthony' REUTERS
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