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Kevin Hart‘s wife, Eniko Hart, is not laughing at his latest project. In a one-on-one interview for his latest project, she sobbed as she opened up about Kevin’s cheating scandal. The new project is not his typical blockbuster, funny movie or a stand-up comedy tour. In the upcoming Netflix docuseries, “Don’t F**k This Up,” Kevin opens up about some of his most controversial moments, from his homophobic comments to his cheating scandal.
Eniko was brought to tears as she relived the scandal during a one-on-one interview.
“You publicly humiliated me,” Eniko recalled. “I just kept saying, ‘How the f**k did you let that happen?'”
In 2017, a video surfaced of the actor and comedian having sex with model, Montia Sabbag, in a Las Vegas hotel room. Kevin’s friend, J.T. Jackson attempted to extort him but Kevin instead admitted to the infidelity and made a public apology on social media to his wife and fans.
The comedian filed extortion charges — later dropped — against his former friend. Sabbag also filed a $60 million lawsuit against Kevin for “intentional infliction of emotional distress negligence and invasion of privacy,” according to Newsweek. She alleged that Kevin knew that the sexual encounter was being filmed without her consent. The lawsuit was later dismissed.
Kevin mentions, in the trailer, how something so stupid can take away everything he’s worked for just like that.
The couple was able to move on from the drama and saved their relationship. They even made light of the situation in a promotion for Kevin’s stand-up, “The Irresponsible Tour.” In early 2018, she appeared in a promo clip telling him that after having their son Kenzo, she’s the boss now.
“I’m going on tour with you,” she said. “Ain’t gone be no more stupid sh*t. Take the bag and go get the baby.”
“Don’t F**k This Up” will be a six-part open book dive into his life dealing with his most controversial moments. The series is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on Dec. 27.
“I have lived my life as an open book,” he wrote about the docuseries on Instagram. “I have forever told my stories on stage and tried my best to give my fans as much of me as possible…I honestly believe in transparency….I believe in being ok with the ups & downs that come with life. The goal is to grow & to improve & become the best version of yourself possible. This Documentary will give you guys an unbelievably close look into my life in a way that I have never shown before. This is my story….the good the bad and the ugly!!!! Make sure you tune in Dec. 27th on Netflix!!!!!!”
Check out the trailer: