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Sydney Scott
Sep, 22, 2017

Things are moving quickly in comedian Kevin Hart's extortion case.

TMZ reports that earlier this week a judge signed search warrants for multiple suspects believed to be involved in the plan to extort the comedian over a recently released sex tape.

Items found during the search have proved to be helpful in aiding law enforcement's ability to narrow down the suspects. Phone records, hard drives, and various electronics have been key. 

The woman in the sex tape, Montia Sabbag, recently stated during a press conference, with lawyer Lisa Bloom, that she is not the person  behind the sex tape's release. And, denied that she would be seeking money for a lie detector test. 

Hart's wife, Eniko Parrish, has reportedly forgiven the actor and the two will be celebrating the upcoming arrival of their little bundle of joy with a $117,855 baby shower.