Kevin Hart‘s upcoming Netflix Documentary Series is appropriately titled, “Don’t F**k This Up” because it promises an inside look at all the scandals in the comedian’s life. In the newly released trailer, Kevin’s wife Eniko Parrish breaks down when discussing the cheating allegations and extortion attempt their family endured in September 2017.
“You publicly humiliated me,” Eniko said as tears welled up in her eyes. “I just kept saying, ‘How the f**k did you let that happen?'”
Back in 2017, Hart released a video where he claimed to have been the victim of attempted extortion. Someone tried to cash in on an alleged sex tape of the comedian cheating on his wife at a party with model Montia Sabbag.
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Hart admitted it was a “major lapse in judgment” but vowed to not be someone’s quick payday while Sabbag claimed not to be involved in the extortion attempt.
“I’m guilty,” Hart said on “The Breakfast Club” in December of 2017. “Regardless of how it happened and what was involved, the s**t that I can’t talk about, I’m guilty. I’m wrong.”
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Sabbag eventually sued Hart for $60 million in September 2019 and claimed that she was set up by Hart and his friend J.T. Jackson and said they hid a camera during the night in question.
The series will be broken up into six parts with the first one premiering on December 27th. The trailer also revealed that the Oscar hosting fiasco will be discussed and Kevin exclaimed that there is “a lot that you don’t know.”
Hart stepped down from hosting the 2019 Academy Awards after he refused to apologize for an old joke that many people claimed was homophobic. He removed himself so the heated debate about whether he should be the host would die down.
The series will also show never before seen footage of Kevin as a child and clips from his stand-up routine when he was first starting out.