Montia Sabbag has identified herself as the woman at the center of the ongoing Kevin Hart scandal.
How can we be so certain?
Because high-powered attorney Lisa Bloom has come forward and Tweeted that she representing Montia Sabbag, "the woman at the center of the Kevin Hart scandal."
This scandal centers of a video that purports to feature Sabbag and Hart in a sexually explicit situation.
The former is a stripper who met and partied with Hart for an entire weekend last month in Las Vegas.
The video in question is NOT a sex tape, per se, but it does make it pretty clear that Hart had sex with Sabbag.
And Hart himself also made this clear by recording himself apologizing to his wife and kids last week.
"It's a sh-tty moment. It's a sh-tty moment when you know you're wrong and there's no excuses for your wrong behavior," Hart said in his own video, emphasizing that he isn't a "perfect" person and adding:
"At the end of the day, man, I just simply gotta do better."
So, yeah... Hart totally cheated on his wife - he pregnant wife! - with Sabbag.
But did Sabbag really try to extort the star? Did she demand millions of dollars from him in exchange for keeping their video private?
According to Bloom, Sabbag “was briefly involved with Kevin Hart a month ago. Since that time, she has been the subject of false, vicious attacks on her character.”
The attorney, who has made a living out of repping celebrities, says she will hold a press conference with her new client on Wednesday.
During this gathering, Sabbag “will speak out … about the true facts of this situation, and will announce their next legal move.”
How can Sabbag, who seemingly got this whole scandal rolling by threatening to release her video with Hart to the public, take legal action against anyone in this instance?
We'll find out soon, we guess.
As for the state of Hart's marriage to Eniko, it's doing just fine, insiders say.
"She has accepted his apology and is focused on her pregnancy and what's to come," a source tells E! News.
"She has no plans for divorce. She believes Kevin is a good husband and always comes home to her."
Just two months why of giving birth, Eniko is more concerned with the ongoing media coverage than anything else.
"She is bothered that these stories find their way into the press and that people are asking her about it," the source adds.
"But she does her best to ignore it all and move forward. She listens to her husband and is not going to get stressed out. She is supporting him and standing by him."
Hart, who apparently cheated on his first wife as well, also said the following in his mea culpa a few days ago:
"I made a bad error in judgment and I put myself in a bad environment where only bad things can happen and they did.
"And in doing that, I know that I'm going to hurt the people closest to me, who've I talked to and apologized to, that would be my wife and my kids."
He shares two kids with the aforementioned first wife.
Should Eniko really forgive Hart?
She can perhaps take comfort, for some reason, is knowing Hart is far from the first celebrity to ever cheat...
UPDATE: Sabbag says she isn't seeking money from Hart, while Bloom insists her client is a victim, saying today:
“It is a crime to secretly put cameras in a private place like a hotel room.
"It is another crime to secretly record people in a private place. It is yet another crime to distribute those images. Montia is the victim of multiple felonies under state and federal laws.”