24 September 2012 7:30 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Jennifer Lopez can rest easy now that a $10 million lawsuit filed against her has been dismissed.  The lawsuit came about two years ago when Lopez's attorneys sent cease-and-desist letters to her former hubby Ojani Noa, his business partner Ed Meyer and producer Claudia Vazquez while they were working on a film for Telemundo called I Owe JLo. The film was set to tell details about Lopez's failed marriage to Noa, but when the "Dance Again" singer allegedly interfered with the flick's production, causing it to be "unmarketable," according to Vazquez, the producer sued her for $10 million for tortious interference. While Vazquez claimed the film would be a "comedic parody of »

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