The singer/actress filed her suit against the former waiter in April, after Noa announced plans to detail their one-year marriage in a tell-all book. She also obtained a restraining order barring Noa from revealing intimate details of their sex life.
But Noa told a Los Angeles judge yesterday that he regrets agreeing to the preliminary injunctions.
He said, "I want to fight this thing to the end. My life has not been the same since this lawsuit was filed."
The judge told Noa he must hire a lawyer by Jan. 17 or represent himself in court.
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