Comedian Kevin Hart Sued For Las Vegas Strip Casino Sex Tape
Comedian, actor and high-stakes poker dabbler Kevin Hart has been sued for about $60 million with a female to get a 2017 sex tape which has been filmed at a Las Vegas Strip casino.
Montia Sabbag, who met Hart at the Marquee nightclub in the Cosmopolitan, is alleging that although the sex was consensual, the filming wasn’t. Her suit claims the filming of this experience, which happened later that night at a Cosmopolitan Hotel package, was a premeditated strategy by Hart and J.T. Jackson, a friend of Hart.
Jackson was arrested on two counts of extortion shortly after the launch of this tape two or more decades back. Originally, once the situation before all else bankrupt, Sabbag maintained that Hart was a sufferer also and she had no intention of suing him. She went into the cops in hopes of bringing the perpetrator to justice.
Now, she’s asserting that Hart was a portion of this strategy and also is going after eight-figures in damages. Sabbag claims that using Hart’s forthcoming comedy tour, the media he obtained from the flow of those tapes, was inspiration for letting Jackson to the room, putting cameras round the space, and covertly filming the event.
Jackson reported that he never extorted the comic and at Hart’s Writer movie he said no one should benefit from those tapes.
Hart is a semi-active member of this online poker community. He dropped a high-profile boxing game bet against poker ace Antonio Esfandiari past spring, also has engaged in a few poker tournaments with six-figure buy-ins throughout the past couple of decades.
The Cosmopolitan has a background of becoming the middle of controversy. In May, Rapper Meek Mill has been denied entry into the Strip casino.