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Kevin Hart's long-suffering wife Eniko Parrish-Hart breaks down in a new trailer for his 6-part docu-series called "Don't F**k This Up!".

In the trailer, Eniko tries to shed a tear (no real tears fall) as she explains how her husband betrayed her while she was pregnant with their son in 2017.

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"You publicly humiliated me," says Eniko, addressing him directly. "I just kept saying, 'How the f--k did you let that happen?'"

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If you recall, Hart, 40, was filmed in a hotel room with model Montia Sabbag while on a business trip to Las Vegas in 2017.

If you believe Montia, the whole thing was a set up by Kevin and his co-conspirator, J.T. Jackson, to boost publicity for Kev's project at the time.

Montia sued Kevin for $60 million, claiming Kevin and J.T. hid a camera to film their rendezvous for their financial benefit.

Kevin didn't actually cheat on his wife if it was just a publicity stunt. But Kevin has a 6-part Netflix documentary that he needs to promote.

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Eniko never got over the public humiliation of Kevin's alleged affair. Her body language tells the true story in every photo they take together.

But it was her tone of voice in a 911 phone call the night of Kevin's accident that reveals her underlying rage towards Kevin.

Who can forget Eniko telling the 911 dispatcher to "come get him" as Kevin lay unconscious, his back broken in three places. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
 

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