Kevin Hart gets deep about cheating scandal, other drama in trailer for new Netflix docu-series

Kevin Hart attends Morehouse College REAL TALK with “Night School” actor Kevin Hart & producer Will Packer at Morehouse College on September 11, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Universal Pictures)

In a new trailer for his new Netflix docuseries “Don’t F*** This Up,” comedian Kevin Hart attempts to tackle the numerous controversies that have surrounded his career over the last few years, including his cheating scandal which his wife says lead her to feel “publicly humiliated.”

According to the Daily Mail, Monday, a teaser for the six-part series was released, and promises to offer fans a candid and unprecedented glimpse into what the comedian’s life has been like since it was revealed that he was unfaithful to his pregnant wife Eniko Parrish, and then later had to withdraw from hosting the Academy Awards due to the backlash sparked after homophobic tweets of his from a decade ago resurfaced.

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“You publicly humiliated me,” a tearful Parrish says in the clip, which was filmed in the wake of Hart admitting to an act of infidelity with model Montia Sabbag. “I just kept saying, ‘How the f*** did you let that happen?'”

In 2017, Hart posted a social media message confessing to a “bad error in judgement” when he stepped out on Parrish. The actor also shared that he was coming clean in response to reports that the woman was attempting to extort money from him over their sexual encounter.

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When asked about the homophobic tweets scandal that lead to him giving up his dream gig hosting the Academy Awards, Hart is visibly emotional as he responds on camera, “OK let’s just stop it right here, because before people judge, like ‘Kevin Hart’s a di**head, he’s an a**hole, there’s a lot that you don’t know.”

But he also attempts to explain what he’s experiencing.

‘These are the moments where you realize that you’re not where you need to be,” he admits at one point in the preview. “That road to becoming the billionaire, the mogul, it’s a long road man and you cant think you got it all together, something stupid and come along and take it all away – like that.”

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