Kevin Hart Sued for $60 Million By His Alleged Sex Tape Partner

Montia Sabbag is suing Kevin Hart for $60 million in damages for alleged intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence, and invasion of privacy, PEOPLE is reporting.

Recall that the sad drama began in 2017 after Hart shared a video on Instagram claiming someone was trying to extort him over a sexually suggestive video involving him and Sabbag in a hotel room in Las Vegas. Hart’s former friend Jonathan Todd Jackson was later arrested and charged with extortion, but has denied ever extorting Hart.

Now, in her court documents, Sabbag claims Hart, in fact, knew of the secret video camera within the hotel room and allowed Jackson access to the room so they could tape her in secret.

She also alleges the incident was to help “promote [Hart’s] Irresponsible Tour, which was a record-breaking comedy and to increase his overall pop culture status,” according to the documents.

She is also demanding a trial by jury.Hart, who was recently involved in an accident, had yet to respond to this as at press time.

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