Comedian Kevin Hart is being sued by Montia Sabbag for planning to record a sexual encounter he had with her in a hotel. According to TMZ, the process is $ 60 million – the equivalent of $ 240 million.
Sabbag states in the lawsuit that his 2017 meeting with the actor was all planned by Hart and his friend JT Jackson, who was later arrested for extortion. The woman states that the motivation to publish the images would be advertising, especially with a tour that he would do in the following months.
According to the lawsuit, Hart allowed Jackson to enter his suite at the Cosmopolitan Hotel so they could hide a camera. Jackson would then try to extort Hart so that he would not disclose anything about the video.
Hart has stated numerous times that he is unaware of the video's existence, stating that he was also a victim of Jackson. In September 2017, the comedian publicly apologized for being unfaithful.
At the time, Hart's wife was pregnant. "That was my dumbest moment," the star said in an interview with The Breakfast Club. "It wasn't the best time of my life. Then you go to bed and can't even question 'what was I thinking?' I wasn't thinking."