See how much Kevin Hart’s extortionists asked for in other to keep quiet

The woman at the center of the Kevin Hart sex-extortion scandal has officially identified herself and is ready to set the record straight.

In a new report, it looks like the extortionists wanted him to pay out $10million dollars. Kevin refused and instead went public and got the police involved.

Read more details of the scam from The Blast below…
    “Kevin Hart was targeted by a sophisticated team of criminals and we’re told they planned out a chain of events to get the comedian on camera and then attempted to extort him for over $10 million dollars.
    Sources close to the investigation tell us cops believe they have identified the woman in the alleged sex tape as a person of interest, but believe she is one part of a “well-orchestrated, highly sophisticated set-up with multiple accomplices.”
    Law enforcement sources with direct knowledge of the investigation tell The Blast that Hart began receiving threatening e-mails in August. The messages were sent via encrypted IP addresses using servers based outside the U.S. We’re told the group of suspects went to “great lengths to mask their identity and location.”
    The e-mails made it clear the party was in possession of an alleged sex tape of the comedian and they were going to release it unless he paid them over $10,000,000.”

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