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Kevin Hart sued 60m over sex tape



A woman who appeared in a 2017 sex tape with Kevin Hart is suing him for $60 million, accusing him of ”emotional distress, violations of privacy and negligence”.

A woman who appeared in a 2017 sex tape with Kevin Hart is suing him for $60 million.

Montia Sabbag, 28, claims she was secretly recorded while having consensual sex with the 40-year-old comedian in a room at the Cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas and she has accused Kevin, his former pal Jonathan ‘JT’ Jackson, and the hotel of emotional distress, violations of privacy and negligence.

In 2018, Jackson was arrested with attempted extortion and extortion by threatening letter after being accused of trying to leak the tape but Sabbag is now accusing Hart of allowing Jackson to set up a hidden video recording device in the hotel room, TMZ reports.

Jackson has denied ever extorting Hart.

According to court documents, Sabbag alleges the incident was arranged to ”promote [Hart’s] ‘Irresponsible Tour’, which was a record-breaking comedy and to increase his overall pop culture status”.

She is also demanding a trial by jury.

After news of the tape became public, Kevin took to social media to issue an apology to his wife, Eniko Hart, 35, and children.

Montia had always denied being involved in the extortion plot and previously spoke about feeling vindicated after Jackson was arrested.

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