The woman who took part in the infamous sex tape with comedian Kevin Hart has had her lawsuit thrown out by a judge.


In court papers obtained by Radar Online from California District Court’s Central Division, a judge dismissed the complaint for “lack of subject matter jurisdiction” and for “lack of diversity jurisdiction.”

Montia Sabbag has sued Hart, his former friend Jonathan Todd Jackson, who was arrested and charged with extortion, and the site who published the sex tape.

After the tape was released, Kevin claimed that Montia tried to extort him for millions of dollars. Instead of folding, he confessed to his wife and offered a public apology via his social media.

“Because the Complaint alleges the citizenship of Defendant Fameolous, Ent LLC as if it were a corporation, rather than a limited liability company, the Complaint has not properly alleged the citizenship of that party,” the court papers reportedly read. “As a result, Plaintiff’s allegations are not sufficient to invoke this Court’s diversity jurisdiction.”

So it appears that Montia will not be getting any coins from the star anytime soon...