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Kevin Hart’s wife cries about cheating news in trailer for Netflix’s docu-series Don’t F**k This Up

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Kevin Hart’s wife cries about cheating scandal in first trailer for his new Netflix documentary series Don’t F**k This Up: ‘You publicly humiliated me’

  • Doc explores the scandal in which he cheated on his pregnant wife Eniko Parrish
  • Parrish asks, ‘How the f*** did you let that happen?’ 
  • It also looks at Hart’s Oscar scandal over homophobic tweets from 2009-2011 
  • Six-part doc arrives on Netflix December 27 

Kevin Hart tries to tackle his many recent controversies in a brand new trailer for his new Netflix docuseries Don’t F*** This Up, which debuted online Monday.

The teaser for the six-part series offers an unprecedented look at the comic’s life, exploring the scandals in which he cheated on his pregnant wife Eniko Parrish; and withdrew from hosting the Academy Awards amid flak for a series of homophobic tweets from 2009-2011 that resurfaced.

Exploring the fall-out from Kevin’s admitted act of infidelity with model Montia Sabbag, the doc shares intimate footage of Eniko crying during a one-on-one interview.

The latest: A teary new trailer for the Kevin Hart Netflix docuseries Don't F*** This Up shares intimate footage of his wife Eniko Parrish crying during a one-on-one interview while speaking about Hart's past affair with a model while she was pregnant

The latest: A teary new trailer for the Kevin Hart Netflix docuseries Don’t F*** This Up shares intimate footage of his wife Eniko Parrish crying during a one-on-one interview while speaking about Hart’s past affair with a model while she was pregnant 

‘You publicly humiliated me,’ Parrish said as she shed tears over the scandal. ‘I just kept saying, “How the f*** did you let that happen?”‘

In 2017, the Ride Along star was embroiled in controversy when he shared social media saying he made a ‘bad error in judgement’ in cheating on Eniko with Sabbag while Parrish was pregnant with their first child.

His confession came in the wake of reports that the woman was trying to extort him over a sexual encounter they had.

In looking at the Academy Awards scandal, Hart is seen in a clip of an interview in which he had a testy reaction to a question about his past tweets: ‘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. 

Looking back: In 2017, the Ride Along star was embroiled in controversy when he shared social media saying he made a 'bad error in judgement' in cheating on Eniko with Sabbag while Parrish was pregnant with their first child

Looking back: In 2017, the Ride Along star was embroiled in controversy when he shared social media saying he made a ‘bad error in judgement’ in cheating on Eniko with Sabbag while Parrish was pregnant with their first child

Fallout: Parrish said in the preview as she shed tears over the scandal. 'I just kept saying, "How the f*** did you let that happen?"'

Fallout: Parrish said in the preview as she shed tears over the scandal. ‘I just kept saying, “How the f*** did you let that happen?”‘

Another storyline explored in the doc showcases the Philadelphia-born entertainer’s ambition as he continues to ascend in his show business career as an actor, comic and producer.

‘When you come from where I’ve come from you get written off to a certain degree – you’re not supposed to make it,’ he said. 

In the preview, Hart speaking pensively about dealing with the on-swell of scandals amid his rise to the top.

‘These are the moments where you realize that you’re not where you need to be: 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.’

Upset: In looking at the Academy Awards scandal, Hart is seen in a clip of an interview in which he had a testy reaction to a question about his past tweets

Upset: In looking at the Academy Awards scandal, Hart is seen in a clip of an interview in which he had a testy reaction to a question about his past tweets 

Rise to fame: Hart's thriving career is a key focal point of the doc

Rise to fame: Hart’s thriving career is a key focal point of the doc

He added: ‘When you’re truly f***ed up, some anger that you’re holding onto … you’re gonna let it out.’

According to the streaming service, the documentary taps ‘into the trials and tribulations of what it means to be a father, a partner, a role model, and a business-man’ as ‘Hart reflects on the events that have shaped his life, making him into the person he is today.’

Don’t F*** This Up, which is divided into six parts, arrives on Netflix December 27.

Eye of the prize: Another storyline explored in the doc showcases the Philadelphia-born entertainer's ambition as he continues to ascend in his show business career as an actor, comic and producer

Eye of the prize: Another storyline explored in the doc showcases the Philadelphia-born entertainer’s ambition as he continues to ascend in his show business career as an actor, comic and producer

Rise to fame: 'When you come from where I've come from you get written off to a certain degree - you're not supposed to make it,' Hart says of his Philadelphia upbringing in the clip

Rise to fame: ‘When you come from where I’ve come from you get written off to a certain degree – you’re not supposed to make it,’ Hart says of his Philadelphia upbringing in the clip 

Thorough: According to the streaming service, the documentary taps 'into the trials and tribulations of what it means to be a father, a partner, a role model, and a businessman'

Thorough: According to the streaming service, the documentary taps ‘into the trials and tribulations of what it means to be a father, a partner, a role model, and a businessman’

Kevin Hart’s wife cries about cheating news in trailer for Netflix’s docu-series Don’t F**k This Up

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