KEVIN HART: Hit with a $60 Million Lawsuit over a Sex Tape

While he’s busy rehabbing, Kevin Hart has been hit with a $60 million lawsuit over his 2017 sex tape.

Montia Sabagg, the model who appeared in the video, claims in court documents that she was secretly recorded having sex with the comedian in a Las Vegas hotel room. She accuses Kevin of “conspiring” with his friend JT Jackson to “set up a hidden video recording device” in the room “for the purpose of obtaining tremendous financial benefit for himself” by garnering publicity for Hart’s Irresponsible Tour.

Kevin has claimed that his friend tried to extort him and had no knowledge of the recording.

TMZ says one of Montia’s lawyers recently “made a secret financial demand to Kevin, asking for “low six figures.” But Kevin’s lawyer rejected it. Sources say Kevin is adamant about not paying Montia a penny and insists there will be no settlement.

Hot Takes:

  • Kevin certainly didn’t need a sex tape for publicity.
  • Talk about hitting a guy while he’s down.
  • Maybe she has new evidence of a conspiracy. Why did she wait two years?
  • Kevin was married at the time of the tape. It’s doubtful he wanted it released.