American actress Jennifer Lopez's ex-husband Ojani Noa's representative has revealed that he will question her about her sexuality in open court.
The announcement came as the ongoing dispute between Lopez, 40, and Noa faced another round in court with a judge rejecting the actress' attempt to send the matter to arbitration.
Noa has been attempting to win the right to use a home video of Lopez for commercial gain, but her attorneys have so far managed to obtain an injunction blocking him using it.
Now Ed Meyer, who is Noa's business manager and executive producer for his in-development movie, is turning up the pressure, and has revealed that the home video shows Lopez kissing girls.
"The first question I plan on asking Jennifer Lopez on the stand is if she is bi-sexual," Radar Online quoted Meyer as saying on January 29 after the court ruling.
But while Meyer refers to the video as "sex tapes", as source, who has seen the tapes, has revealed that they do not depict sex and, at best, some portions could be considered "racy".