The woman who ended up on the extortion sex video with Kevin Hart says she’s a crime victim herself and she’s going to cops.
Montia Sabbag joined her lawyer, Lisa Bloom, for a news conference just a few minutes ago and acknowledged she had “an intimate relationship” with Hart that apparently was partially captured on the video.
Sabbag said flatly, “I am not an extortionist. I had nothing to do with these recordings.”
She says she has not been contacted by law enforcement yet, but Bloom said they are going to cops immediately.
Bloom said her client is not demanding money from Kevin, whom she says is also a victim. TMZ reps asked about the story they reported, 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.
Sabbag did not say who she thinks made the recording, but Bloom made it clear it’s a felony to secretly record private moments like this.