Friday, January 17, 2014

Jennifer Lopez sued by Los Angeles man for bizarre 'nude pictures' scam

Jennifer Lopez, 44 is being sued by a Los Angeles man, who claims she  duped him into sending naked photo of himself and demo CDs in the mail, with the promise of launching his music career — and leaving her husband for him, according to TMZ.

The man, identified by the gossip site as Rodrigo Ruiz, filed a $10,000 lawsuit against the singer, claiming that several letters Lopez supposedly sent him led him to believe he had a chance at stardom.
Excerpts from the letters obtained by TMZ include promises that Lopez "is interested" in Ruiz and plans on leaving her husband for him.
One letter reads: 'I just wanted to let you know that I do remember you and that I am interested in you. I have plans on leaving my husband. But I can't say much right now so that's it for now. Send me pictures of you both with clothes and without clothes

A second letter sent to the site reads: 'This is Jennifer Lopez writing to you again and just to let you know that I got your packages, music, and demos. And just to let you know you need to send me pictures of you with and without clothes.'

A third, more explicit letter says: 'This is Jennifer Lopez and as you can tell its been a while since I last wrote and as you can see I have a new boyfriend which means your in for the long haul and you have to put up with the fact that I am f**king him and sucking his d**k."

However, the written requests appear to be sent from a post office box linked to a 53-year-old Los Angeles woman — not Lopez.
When the site contacted her about the lawsuit, she made a claim about operating a Jennifer Lopez fan mail exchange before hanging up.
In his filing, Ruiz claimed he was so distraught by waiting in vain to hear back from Lopez that he had to seek professional help after suffering from depression, the gossip site reports.
He also filed a police report claiming sexual assault against Lopez, TMZ reports, certain that the "Get On the Floor" singer is really the one who sent the exchanges.
A rep for Lopez shot down Ruiz's claim, telling the gossip site that it's clearly a "desperate attempt for notoriety."
"Ms. Lopez has never seen or met the plaintiff, nor has she ever communicated with him," her rep told TMZ. "We believe this matter should be summarily dismissed."


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