It's a rags-to-riches story for Jennifer Lopez in her new movie, "Maid In Manhattan." But in real life, Lopez makes a lot of dough, ranking 12th on Forbes magazine's latest celebrity power list.
Now, there are reports singer's love could cost future hubby Ben Affleck as Lopez has reportedly made some unusual pre-nuptial demands. Published reports say they include a five million dollar fine if he cheats on her, a one million dollar penalty for a deliberate lie, ad a clause saying movie sex scenes are OK as long as the other is invited to the set.
Laura Wasser is a high profile Los Angeles family law attorney. Her clients include Angelina Jolie, Stevie Wonder, and Kiefer Sutherland. She wouldn't comment on the Lopez story specifically, but says she's seen just about everything in a pre-nuptial, except for one thing. She says, "The cheating provision in a pre-nup. We've never put one in at our firm. I don't know whether it would be enforceable. I'd rather never have to put that in an agreement."
There have been no shortage of high-profile pre-nuptial agreements. The list reads like a who's-who in Hollywood. Janet Jackson and ex-hubby René Elizondo had one. So did Donald trump and his ex, Marla Maples. Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones reportedly have one.
It's not clear whether Lopez and her first husband, Ojani Noa had a pre-nup, but in an interview in Star magazine, he now says he received $50,000 after their divorce and he got a job this year at Jennifer’s new California restaurant Madre's, even though he says he was fired a short time later. He tells the magazine that the singer would take lavish shopping trips to Rodeo Drive, wanting to buy him expensive clothes and jewelry.
But for now, it's Jen and Ben exchanging expensive gifts. And soon they'll be exchanging vows.