The woman who went viral for featuring in a sex tape with Kevin Hart is suing the comedian for $60 million
Montia Sabbag claims in a new lawsuit Kevin Hart conspired with a friend to secretly record their encounter in a Vegas hotel room in 2017.
In the lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Sabbag claims recording the sex tape was all planned by Hart and his friend JT Jackson, who later was arrested for extortion. She says Hart was motivated by publicity, especially with an upcoming comedy tour, so he and JT allegedly hid the camera to record their encounter.
The suit claims Hart allowed Jackson into the Cosmopolitan Hotel suite so he could set up hidden video recording devices to capture the encounter between Hart and Sabbag.
Jackson was later charged with 2 counts of extortion relating to alleged efforts to get money out of Hart to keep the tape hidden. Jackson denied ever extorting the comedian.
Hart, who has already apologised to his wife for his infidelity, has repeatedly denied having any knowledge of the recording. He claims he, too, was a victim of Jackson’s extortion attempts.
Sabbag is suing for intentional infliction of emotional distress and invasion of privacy.