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As the case between Jennifer Lopez and her ex-husband Ojani Noa continues, J. Lo’s lawman says he’s prepared to tear it up in court tomorrow.

Jay Lavely told press he’ll be aiming for the jugular when he confronts Noa’s legal counsel Ed Meyer in court tomorrow.

“Mr. Meyer’s attempt to romanticize his threatened unlawful conduct and turn it into a Jimmy Stewart movie does not make his conduct any less illegal or make him any less culpable.”

Meyer has threatened to enter private videos of Lopez and Noa into public record, though Lavely pointed out that doing so would violate a Temporary Restraining Order Lopez obtained back on November 10th.

In addition, Meyer has threatened to sue Lopez for $100 million in response to her $10 million lawsuit against Noa.