Kevin Hart And Wife Eniko Discuss Cheating Allegations In New Docu-Series - 'You Publicly Humiliated Me!'
Reportedly, Kevin Hart and his wife, Eniko Parrish, will address their cheating scandal in the upcoming Netflix docu-series, Don't F**k This Up . A new trailer for the series which will come in six parts starts on the 27th of December and shows Kevin's wife sobbing while she tells him how he humiliated her.
Eniko asks him in the clip how he could betray her like that, especially while pregnant. In the trailer, Eniko tells Kevin he publicly humiliated her and asked him how he managed to let such a thing happen.
As it was previously reported, Kevin sparked huge controversy when he was allegedly caught fooling around with another woman in Las Vegas two years ago in 2017.
The incident was videotaped by a friend of Kevin's and was later released as an attempt to extort money out of him. Afterward, Sabbia, the woman involved in the incident, insisted she wasn't the one who was trying to get money out of Kevin.
Coincidentally, in September of 2019, Sabbia filed a lawsuit against the actor for $90 million, accusing JT Jackson and Kevin Hart of filming the interaction without her consent. The new docu-series will also explore the controversy surrounding Kevin's decision to step down from hosting the 2019 Academy Awards.
As it was previously reported, Kevin was lined up to host the Oscars this year, however, after media journalists and anonymous Twitter users combed through his tweets and found old offensive jokes, the Academy asked the comedian to either apologize or lose his hosting position.
Kevin chose to cancel his gig instead but later apologized to the LGBTQ community, which was appreciated by some and criticized by others. Currently, the actor has two children with Torrei Hart, his first wife, Heaven, and Hendrix.
During an older conversation with Page Six, Torrei claimed she, Eniko, and Kevin are able to co-parent their children together quite well, despite occasional hiccups.
There's no question Mr. Hart has had a rough year, following the lawsuit thrown against him in September; the Oscars controversy near the beginning of the year; as well as his car crash with Jared Black and his fiancée, Rebecca Broxterman.