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Watch Video: "You publicly humiliated me" Eniko Hart cries in new documentary as she opens up about Kevin Hart's cheating scandal

Kevin Hart’s wife Eniko Parrish Hart has spoken out in a new documentary about the comedian cheating on her while she was pregnant with their child.

In the comedian’s documentary titled "Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up", Eniko cried as she revealed how she felt when his affair was made public.

"You publicly humiliated me," Eniko cried in the documentary. She added: "I kept saying, ‘how the f–k did you let that happen?’ "

The trailer then cuts to Kevin stating: "This is the moment. ‘It’s a long road man, you can think you have it all together but then you do something stupid that can take it all away."

The documentary delves into the life of the 40-year-old comedian and what has happened during the past year. It discusses the homophobic jokes that cost him the Oscars, the affair with a model while his wife was pregnant, and how he has struggled to get to where he is.

The clip begins with Kevin exclaiming: "The news has just been given that I am hosting the Oscars."

The Netflix teaser also reflected on Hart’s Oscars hosting debacle at the end of 2018. After initially refusing to step down as MC for the 2019 Oscar awards show after his old homophobic tweets surfaced, he withdrew from the coveted role following backlash.

When questioned in the documentary about historic tweets in which he made homophobic jokes and used slurs, he responds: "Let’s just stop right here, before people judge there is a lot you don’t know.

"When you come where I have come from, you’re not supposed to make it."

Eniko is Kevin’s second wife, following his marriage to actress and producer Torrei Hart, who he was married to from 2003 to 2011. Eniko, 35, is said to have met Kevin in 2009 while he was still married to Torrei.

Watch a teaser for the documentary below.



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