Woman Involved In Kevin Hart's Extortion Scandal Says She Is Also A Victim, Did Not Ask Him For A Dime!
The woman who allegedly spent time with comedian Kevin Hart in his Las Vegas hotel room last month is now telling all about what happened from her point of view. Just a few days after a rep for Hart claimed someone is trying to extort money from him by blackmailing the star about his supposed affairs, Montia Sabbag decided to hold a press conference alongside Lisa Bloom – her attorney – and denied she ever did such a thing.
‘I was involved with Kevin Hart a month ago. I am not a stripper. I haven’t broken any laws. I am truly sorry for any involvement I had in this,’ the woman claimed before Bloom started speaking instead.
The lawyer also denied her client was involved in the failed extortion attempt or that she’s ever asked him for even a cent.
Bloom went on to assure the press that she and her client are not planning on suing Hart.
Instead, she claimed Sabbag was also a victim of ‘multiple felonies,’ explaining that someone had secretly filmed her with the comedian while together in the hotel room.
Of the said bedroom footage, Bloom stated that it’s definitely illegal to put cameras in private places without the consent of those being filmed.
Bloom also said Sabbag will not be taking a lie detector test.
The press conference comes less than a week after Hart took to social media to post a video in which he apologized to his wife and kids for embarrassing and betraying them and revealed that someone was trying to extort him.
Later, a source claimed that the man is doing pretty well, and focusing on keeping his family together following the massive scandal.