Model sues Kevin Hart for ₹430cr for 'secretly filming' them having sex

Kevin Hart has been in the news lately for his horrific accident. The actor was involved in a car crash that has injured his back brutally. He was recently discharged from the hospital and is on the road to recovery. However, the actor is now in the news that doesn’t relate to his health. As per recent reports, the Jumanji actor Kevin Hart is being sued for a sex tape which dates back to 2017. It has been revealed that Montia Sabagg is suing Hart for secretly recording her during sexual intercourse.

As per E! News, Sabagg accuses Hart of “intentional inflection of emotional distress, violations of privacy and negligence.” She not only accuses the actor but also accuses his friend Jonathan “JT” Jackson, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and other related companies. In the video, according to the suit, Sabagg was “naked from the waste down and engaged in private, consensual sexual relations with Hart.” She claims she also claimed that she “had no knowledge that the intimate activity” shown in the video and Hart “was being recorded.”

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Back in 2017, when the video made the headlines, Hart claimed he was being extorted. Sabagg denied his accusations. Hart had shared a video apologising to his wife Eniko Hart and his children over the news. In 2018, Jackson was charged with “attempted extortion and extortion by threatening letter” by the LA District Attorney’s Office. Jackson was accused of selling the tape to celeb news sites after Hart refused to pay him. He pleaded not guilty.

Two years since the incident made the headlines, Sabagg accuses Hart of allowing JT Jackson to “set up a hidden video recording device” in the hotel room and record their sexual activity. She accuses Hart of conspiring with Jackson “for the purpose of obtaining tremendous financial benefit for himself.” The lawsuit also states Hart wanted “additional publicity and media attention” with the video and “increase his overall pop culture status.”