File this one under embarrassing moments with your neighbors...
Kevin Hart's sex tape lawsuit was served to the security guard who watches the gate at the front of his gated community.
According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Kevin Hart's sex tape partner, Monica Sabbag hired someone to serve her lawsuit against the comedian to his Calabasas home.
In the documents, the process server explains when he pulled up to Kevin's home, it was a gated community with a guard gate.
"On October 4, 2019, I personally served Defendant Kevin Hart (“Hart”) with a copy of the summons and complaint in the above-captioned matter at a residence," the server explained.
He continued, "Hart’s residence is in a gated community. Upon arriving at the residence I encountered an individual named Timothy Williams who was serving as a security guard at the entrance of community."
The filing claims the server heard the front gate "radio" to Hart's house to see what he should do in this situation.
"I informed Williams that I was a process server, showed him my license, and let him know that I was at the community to serve Hart. 8. Upon informing Williams of this Williams radioed to Hart’s residence and I heard confirmation that Williams was to accept service on behalf of Hart," the process server explained.
As we reported, Kevin Hart is being sued by Monica Sabbag for allegedly being involved in the production and recording of the sex tape.
In the lawsuit, she claims Kevin was after publicity that would come from the scandal, for his upcoming comedy special.
Hart denies any knowledge of the private tape being filmed or how it ended up in someone else's hands.
Bottom Line: It may be a little awkward when Kevin's waves to the guard's when driving in to his community.