Man Charged In LA With Attempting To Extort Kevin Hart

Man Charged In LA With Attempting To Extort Kevin Hart

Man Charged In LA With Attempting To Extort Kevin Hart

Jonathan Todd Jackson, 41, was charged on Wednesday (May 2nd) with one count of attempted extortion and another count of extortion by threatening letter, both "trying to coerce actor Kevin Hart to pay him for a video that was surreptitiously recorded previous year", according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office.

Jonathan Todd Jackson, also known as "Action Jackson", was charged with one count of attempted extortion and one count of extortion by threatening letter for allegedly trying to extort an undisclosed amount of money from Hart last August for a sex tape he allegedly had.

The man who allegedly attempted to coerce Kevin Hart into paying him in order to keep an alleged sex tape private has reportedly been charged with extortion.

At the time, his wife Eniko Parrish was pregnant with their son Kenzo Kash.

Hart, meanwhile, commented online about the situation following Jackson's arrest, writing on Twitter that he is "at a lost [sic] for words and simply in complete disbelief at the moment".

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Last September, Kevin issued a public apology to his family after learning he'd been targeted in the extortion attempt. And recently, I didn't. I did not know he was married.

He said in the video, "I made a bad error in judgment and put myself in an environment where only bad things can happen, and they did".

"It's a s**tty moment when you know you're wrong and there's no excuses for your wrong behavior", he said in an Instagram video.

"At the end of the day man, I just simply have got to do better. That would be my wife and my kids". "I'm not ideal and have never claimed to be.I love you all".

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