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Kevin Hart Didn't Delete the Evidence

Being called out for sex crimes in the war to establish gender privilege dominance can be distracting for a man. Not literal sex crimes that fall under rape. But sex crimes like infidelity that would be made illegal by law if enough women were in powerful political positions. Becoming president of a couponing club isn't the best way to make your incessantly unfaithful husband pay. Kevin Hart is a brave heart when standing up to the terroristic threats by a pissed off paramour. The women he cheated with demanded millions to keep shut. This forced Kevin to come clean to his wife and kids about his sideline activities. It also dragged the FBI into an extortion investigation on his behalf. 

Kevin Hart was the victim in an extortion attempt to the tune of millions of dollars, and we're told the FBI is on the case and has a suspect. Law enforcement sources tell us ... an anonymous person contacted Kevin's camp and provided the video TMZ described Saturday ... showing Kevin and a woman in a sexually provocative situation.  The video then cuts to a bedroom where there appears to be sexual activity on a bed, although you don't see who is in the bed. We're told the person demanded a multi-million dollar amount in return for keeping the video private.   There were actually several demands, and at one point the amount hit 8 figures.

It seems both Kevin and the extortioner are both rookies. In community college course textbook "How to Commit A Crime 101 Because Your Degree Can't Be Applied To The Real World" it specifically states do not exceed amount of extortion money asked than the individual's net worth. If the bimbo cared to open a book the FBI wouldn't be after her. In the same textbook there's a chapter dedicated to not recording your crimes. If you're going to cheat, please delete. The memory and the video. That's evidence. The only people so far that could get away with blatantly breaking the law on video is R. Kelly. But you should never want to be like sexual deviant cult king R. Kelly. Because treating underaged girls like urinals will land you in jail if you don't have enough funds to fight the case or pay the defendant off.

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