Kevin Hart Getting Sued For $60 Million

Kevin Hart might be recovering from his horrific car accident, but will soon be on the way to court.

USA Today reports: Model Montia Sabbag alleges that she believes Kevin Hart worked with Jonathan Todd Jackson to record her in an attempt to gain publicity for his stand-up comedy "Irresponsible Tour," which began days before the video went public and continued through 2018. 

Lawyer Lisa Bloom, who represented Sabbag in 2017, referred to Hart as a victim at the time, telling reporters they did not plan to sue Hart or make claims against him.

In a new lawsuit filed Sept. 16, 2019, she accuses Jonathan Todd Jackson of secretly recording her "without her knowledge or consent, while she was engaged in private, consensual sexual relations with Hart," according to the documents. Sabbag also is suing Hart, as well as hotel operators Marriott, Blackstone and the Cosmopolitan, for "negligently or intentionally" allowing Jackson access to his hotel room.

The $60 million dollar lawsuit states that Sabbag is coming after the comedian for negligence, infliction of emotional distress and invasion of privacy stemming from a 2017 incident, according to court documents obtained.

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