Kevin Hart’s Ex Friend JT Jackson Reacts To Extortion Charges Being Dropped In Sex Tape Scandal, Says He Was Framed
Just when we thought the plot couldn’t get any thicker. Kevin Hart’s former friend, J.T. Jackson, is no longer facing extortion charges in an alleged sex tape involving Kevin Hart.
J.T. Jackson was accused of grabbing footage of Kevin Hart’s affair with Montia Sabbag back in 2017, and trying to use it to blackmail Hart for money.
While J.T. Jackson was charged with extortion, new reports say they were dropped because Jackson never actually demanded money from Kevin Hart or anyone on his team. Instead, Jackson allegedly took to social media to make his demands in hopes of getting paid. He’s even accused of demanding money on Hart’s Instagram account.
But that was after Hart admitted to cheating on his then pregnant wife Eniko Parrish, and revealed that someone was trying to extort him.
Jackson has denied all extortion accusations, but he’s still being charged with other felonies — 2 counts of unauthorized use of personal identifying information and concealing and selling stolen property.
He responded to the extortion charge being dropped and suggested that he was framed.
It’s not clear who he thinks framed him.
Meanwhile, Sabbag is suing Hart for $60 million, claiming that Hart and Jackson worked together to secretly record their hookup because Hart needed the publicity. In her lawsuit, she said Jackson is the one who hid the camera.
What do you think about the extortion charges against J.T. Jackson being dropped? Tell us in the comments.