Kevin Hart has had his $60 million sex tape lawsuit dismissed.
Montia Sabbag, 28, filed documents last year accusing the 40-year-old comedian of secretly recording her whilst they had consensual sex in a room at the Cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas in 2017.
However the lawsuit was filed in the wrong jurisdiction so a federal California judge threw it out on May Day, according to Page Six.
New developments: Kevin Hart has had the $60 million federal sex tape lawsuit against him by Montia Sabbag dismissed
In her papers, Sabbag accused Kevin, his former pal Jonathan 'JT' Jackson, and the hotel of emotional distress, violations of privacy and negligence, and claimed she should be compensated a whopping $60 million.
Sabbag will be allowed to file her paperwork again in the proper jurisdiction though, as the judge in the case did not dismiss the case with prejudice.
She is free to file suit again in local civil courts in California as she, Hart and Jackson all live in that state.
In 2018, Jackson was arrested with attempted extortion and extortion by threatening letter after being accused of trying to leak the tape, but has denied ever extorting Hart.
There's the rub: Sabbag will be allowed to file her paperwork again in the proper jurisdiction though, as the judge in the case did not dismiss the case with prejudice
After news of the tape became public, Kevin took to social media to issue an apology to his wife Eniko Parrish, 35, who was pregnant when the infidelity occurred.
Kevin has three children - Heaven, 15, and Hendrix, 12, whom he has with his ex-wife Torrei Hart, and two-year-old Kenzo whom he has with Eniko.