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Kevin Hart Sued Again By Alleged Sex Tape Partner For $60 Million


Kevin Hart is being sued again by an alleged sex tape partner for $60 Million dollars claiming he conspired to intentionally leak a sex tape of the two of them for publicity. The woman is now taking the case to a Los Angeles County Court, and accusing the comedian of similar issues.

Montia Sabbag is claiming she was unknowingly filmed inside of Kevin Hart's hotel room while being intimate with the actor.

In the suit, Sabbag claims she "engaged in private sexual relations with Hart, in Hart's private bedroom suite at the Cosmopolitan." She adds, "unbeknownst to (her) and without her knowledge or consent, she was filmed naked from the waist down while she engaged in private sexual relations with Hart.

In the lawsuit, Sabbag claims one of Kevin Hart's friends, Jonathan Jackson, was given access to KH's hotel suite and set up a hidden video recording device that "ultimately recorded the video."

Monta Sabbag filed a similar case in Federal court, that Kevin Hart has being trying to get dismissed after she failed to serve him properly.

In this case, she again accusing the comedian "conspired" with Jackson to intentionally record her naked and engaged in sexual relations with Hart for "the purpose of obtaining a tremendous financial benefit for himself, including "(a) the benefits obtained through the additional publicity and media attention the VIDEO garnered, which in turn helped to promote his Irresponsible Tour, which was a record-breaking comedy, and (b) to increase his overall pop culture status, which is further evidenced by the release of his Netflix documentary entitled Don't F**k This Up.

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