The comedian was sued by a woman for having been recorded when she had relations with him.

Kevin Hart responded to the $ 60 million lawsuit of his alleged sex tape partner, Montia Sabbag, asking a judge to rule on the matter as soon as possible.

In September, Sabbag sued Hart, his former friend Jonathan Todd Jackson, executives of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and Fameoulous website owners, accusing them of conspiring to release images of a 2017 relationship at the hotel.

According to The Blast, Sabbag recently requested an extension of time to file documents, claiming that the settlement talks about his lawsuit were going well, but the Ride Along star has asked the court to reject the lawsuit, claiming he is not involved in any negotiations. .

“As a matter of fact, Defendant Hart did not participate in any of those settlement discussions, and has not had recent communications with Claimant or Plaintiff’s attorney regarding the settlement,” says Hart’s response.

“The plaintiff is unduly trying to prolong the dispute to delay the inevitable determination that her claims are, in fact, unfounded.”

Sabbag is demanding $ 60 million from the defendants, the rights to the video and that all copies be destroyed, claiming that Hart and Jackson joined together to record their appointment in a suite. She is demanding to intentionally inflict emotional distress and invasion of privacy.

The comedian denies that he knew about the recording, which created a scandal since Hart’s wife, Eniko, was pregnant when she was released online, claiming she was also the victim of an attempted extortion by Jackson.