Kevin Hart Appears Out In Public Following Back-Injuring Crash
According to a report from BET.com, Kevin Hart is slowly getting better after he suffered terribly in a car crash back in September. TMZ discovered Kevin hanging around his wife on Friday night, Eniko Parris, at Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills.
TMZ claims Kevin is doing so well at this point that it's difficult to even tell that he had a serious back injury. Following three surgical procedures for his spine, Hart moved to a rehabilitation facility where he lived and received intensive rehab. Afterward, he began therapy sessions at his home as well.
Currently, however, Kevin is not back to acting, but the comic has been doing all kinds of promotional material for Jumanji. Furthermore, the outlet claims Kevin will continue working on his usual schedule which he had been doing before the accident. TMZ claims the actor hasn't missed any work either.
Reported by Ashley Mitchell back at the beginning of October, Kevin actually released a statement in which he wished Jared Black and his fiancée, Rebecca Broxterman, all the best. It was reported by multiple outlets back on the 1st of September that Kevin suffered serious back injuries as did Jared Black, the driver of Kevin's vehicle at the time.
As it was noted above, following the incident, Kevin was in the hospital for approximately ten days and then was sent to a rehab facility. Through his attorney, and obtained by E! News, the actor released a statement in which he stated he had nothing "but love" for Jared and Rebecca.
Earlier in the year, Eniko Parrish, Kevin's wife, also stated Kevin was just fine. However, Page Six reported that Kevin had been in terrible pain for several weeks, and was suffering a lot. Speaking with paparazzi, Eniko stated that Kevin was "doing well."
Additionally, multiple reports indicated that Kevin, Jared Black, and Jared Broxterman were actually lawyering up and getting ready to sue the maker of Kevin's 1970 Plymouth Barracuda.
Reportedly, the vehicle was constructed in such a way where regular safety precautions were omitted. It's unclear why the car was built in such a way, but some have speculated it was to be true to the car's original design.