Kevin Hart Sued For $60 Million By Woman Featured In Sex Tape With Him
Kevin Hart is reportedly being sued by Montia Sabbag, the woman he was featured with in a sex tape made back in 2017. According to reports, she’s suing for $60 million for intentional infliction of emotional distress and invasion of privacy.
In the suit, Montia claims the 40-year-old comedian conspired with his friend (JT Jackson) to secretly record their encounter.
In 2017, Kevin made headlines when he cheated on his then pregnant wife Eniko Hart.
Kevin and Montia were said to have hooked up in a Las Vegas hotel room and the incident was filmed allegedly by JT, who was later charged with 2 counts of extortion relating to alleged efforts to get money out of Hart to keep the tape under wraps.
JT denied ever extorting the comedian.
In Montia’s suit, she claims that the incident was planned by Kevin and JT, claiming that Kevin needed publicity and that’s why he and JT allegedly hid the camera.
She claims Kevin allowed his friend into the Cosmopolitan Hotel suite so he could set up hidden video recording devices to capture them in action.
Kevin has repeatedly denied having any knowledge of the recording. He also apologized for his infidelity.
Kevin is currently recovering from a serious car accident.