- The Washington Times - Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The woman seen in a Kevin Hart sex tape wants to set the record straight, saying at a press conference today she is just as much a victim as the comedian.

Through her attorney Lisa Bloom, aspiring actress Montia Sabbag told reporters that the cameras which recorded her tryst with the married actor were set up without her knowledge, and that she’d like to team up with Mr. Hart to get justice in the matter, USA Today reported Wednesday.

“Someone apparently snuck cameras into Kevin Hart’s private hotel suite in Las Vegas and recorded bedroom images of the two of them,” Ms. Bloom said, reported USA Today. “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.

Montia and I are not asking for a cent from Kevin Hart,” Ms. Bloom said. “This is not about money. We are not suing him.”

On Saturday, Mr. Hart posted a short video to his Instagram account in which he admitted to and apologized for making “mistakes” that hurt his wife and children and which stemmed from “poor judgment.” 

“I’m not going to also allow a person to have financial gain off of my mistakes, and in this particular situation, that’s what was attempted,” he said in the video.

Hollywood gossip site TMZ noted in its press conference coverage Wednesday that Ms. Sabbag did not answer their question about its report Monday that she had requested nearly a half-million dollars from Mr. Hart in exchange for her taking a lie detector test denying responsibility for the recording.

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