Legal Briefs: Paris Says, "Don't Touch My Goodies!"
Paris Hilton filed a lawsuit on Monday, seeking to shut down a website which, for a $39.97 ($39. 97?) fee, offered a look at the celebunot's passport, medical records, diaries and other belongings left in a storage facility for which she defaulted on monthly payments. The AP quotes Hilton as being "appalled to learn that people are exploiting my and my sister [Nicky]'s private personal belongings for commercial gain." Translation: only exploit Paris on her own terms. In other legal news, Jennifer Lopez' first husband, Ojani Noa, has been ordered to enter arbitration with his ex to discuss his plans for a tell-all about their 11-month marriage. J.Lo secured a restraining order nine months ago barring Noa from publishing details of their sex life, as well as allegations that she engaged in mutliple affairs - including one with current husband No. 3, Marc Anthony.