Jennifer Lopez Fulfills Her Civic Duty

Jennifer Lopez attends an in store appearance to sign copies of her new CD Como Amar Una Mujer, held at FYE in The Bronx, Wednesday, March 28, 2007 in New York. (AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock)
AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock
Jennifer Lopez reported to jury duty at the Beverly Hills Courthouse on Monday, ABC News reports.

According to the report, an assistant was at J.Lo's side in the jury holding room and the pair of them were making cell phone calls and texting.

While she was in the holding room, a fan approached the singer and reportedly asked her to autograph a CD.

Late Monday, Lopez and the other potential jurors in her group were dismissed, ABC News said, after a judge told them the case was dropped.

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To see a video of the star during a break from jury duty, click here.

Lopez made an appearance in her old New York neighborhood last week to promote her first all-Spanish album, "Como ama una mujer," translated "How A Woman Loves" in English.

The album, which was produced by her husband, salsa singer Marc Anthony, was released on Tuesday.