Kevin Hart sex tape: Montia Sabbag says she was recorded without her consent
At a press conference held on Tuesday, Montia Sabbag, while accompanied by her attorney Lisa Bloom, confirmed that she is indeed in the Kevin Hart sex tape and that it was recorded without either of their knowledge. Sabbag denied attempting to extort the married comedian for money and told reporters that she was committed to cooperating with law enforcement over the leaked video.
“I am not an extortionist,” Sabbag told reporters. “I had nothing to do with these recordings.”
Bloom said her client is not demanding money from Kevin, whom she says is also a victim. Our photog asked about our story … that Sabbag’s previous lawyer told Kevin’s people she would take a lie detector test if they paid her $420,000. Bloom said “She is not demanding money.” She did not address the issue of the prior demand with respect to the lie detector.
Attorney Bloom emphasized that her client is a victim of someone disseminating revenge porn.
“Someone apparently snuck cameras into Kevin Hart’s private hotel suite in Las Vegas and recorded bedroom images of the two of them,” Bloom said. “It is a crime to secretly put a camera in a private place like a hotel room. It is another crime to secretly record people in a private place. It is yet another crime to disseminate those images.”
In an Instagram apology video to his wife, Hart admitted to infidelity and said that someone was “trying to make a financial gain” off of his indiscretion. Sabbag denies that this was her along with other media claims that she works as an exotic dancer.
“I was involved with Kevin Hart a month ago. Since then, my pictures and my name have been released and lies have been written about me,” Sabbag said. “I’m not an extortionist. I’m not a stripper. I’m a recording artist and actress and I have not broken any laws. I had nothing to do with these recordings. I hired Lisa Bloom to protect my rights. I am truly sorry for any involvement that happens.”