FBI REPORTEDLY IDENTIFIES SUSPECT IN KEVIN HART EXTORTION SCANDAL

The FBI has identified a suspect in the extortion attempt against Kevin-hart/' title='Kevin Hart News'>Kevin Hart that forced the comedian to air his dirty laundry, TMZ reports.

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