Judge Denies Kevin Hart’s Attempt Of Dropping $7 Million Case Over Failed Video Game


Kevin Hart’s intercourse tape controversy could also be effectively previously however it does not imply he has just a few free strings to tie up. According to The Blast, Kevin tried to get a lawsuit along with his former enterprise companion, Stand Up Digital, dropped however the decide has denied the movement.

The publication particulars how Kevin, his companion Wayne Brown and the corporate entered a deal to make a online game dubbed “Gold Ambush” that might characteristic Kevin and his household as characters. Stand Up Digital claimed to have spent over $1 million on the sport that was purported to launch in September of 2017. Apparently, the app failed as a result of Kevin confessed to his affair and mentioned he was being extorted over the intercourse tape. 

Stand Up Digital accused Kevin of not speaking with them and sued for damages of $7.2 million. Kevin countersued and responded to the primary lawsuit detailing how he “suffered via an especially troublesome interval in his life, the place he was subjected to tried blackmail to stop disclosure of an extramarital affair.”

Kevin added how the corporate refused to take accountability of the failure of the app that was “launched into an app market the place the overwhelming majority of gaming apps make insignificant income, and the few profitable video games, akin to ‘Game of War,’ have promoting budgets within the tens of thousands and thousands of .”

Kevin apparently could not reply to the corporate as a result of he was working with the FBI on the extortion and could not reveal any particulars.