The honeymoon tape that Jennifer Lopez has been fighting to keep private could go public on Monday. Her ex-husband, Ojani Noa, plans to file the tape as evidence in the $10 million legal battle the former couple is waging. If it is accepted as evidence, then the tape will be available on the public record. Noa professes to be confused as to why his ex is fighting so much. "They think I have a sex tape with her and that I'm trying to sell it," he told Radar this week. "My tape is from our honeymoon, the wedding, us hanging out. There's no nudity—maybe one spanking."