Eniko Parrish says she learned about Kevin Hart's cheating scandal the same way most of us did: She saw it online. 

The 35-year-old opened up about her marital issues in Kevin Hart: Don't F*ck This Up, a six-part docuseries that hit Netflix on Friday.

"How I found out was a DM," Parrish recalled in episode 3, What Happened in Vegas. "I don't know who it was, sent me an edited video of Kevin and another woman. I was pregnant at the time. I was about 7-8 months pregnant, I was having breakfast, I opened my phone and immediately I just lost it. I called him crying; I'm like pissed. Right then and there I kept saying, 'How the fuck did you let that happen?'

"You publicly humiliated me. Your whole, everything's on Instagram, everything's on social media. It was an ongoing fight all the time," she said through tears. "Every single day. I kept questioning him, like, 'If this is what you're gonna do, I don't want to be a part of that.'"

Parrish said she ultimately chose to stay with her husband because she "kept worrying about" their now-2-year-old son, Kenzo.

"I kept worrying about the baby; I have to maintain a level head, I think that's the only thing that really got me through," she said. "I wasn't ready at the time to just give up on my family. I wanted Kenzo to be able to know his dad and grow up, so it was a lot. It was a lot for me, but we've been through it, we've gone through it, we passed it and he's a better man now because of it ... I believe in second chances. I’m all about forgiveness, and you only get two times. Three strikes you’re out, you’re out of here. So, as long as he behaves, we’re good."

In 2017, Radar Online posted a video that allegedly showed Hart getting intimate with another woman in Miami. Shortly after the footage was published, Hart took to social media to dismiss the claims he was cheating on his pregnant wife.

He would go on to issue a public apology to his family and later admitted his guilt during an appearance on The Breakfast Club.

"The worst part is just knowing how you made somebody feel," Hart said in the series. "When I got to see that first-hand with Eniko, when I got to see the effect my reckless behavior had, that was crushing. That tore me up. That really tore me up ... That's probably the lowest moment of my life because I know what I was responsible for."

The docuseries also addresses another scandal that cost Hart the hosting gig for the 2019 Oscars. Shortly after the comedian was confirmed to host the ceremony, he received backlash over resurfaced homophobic tweets from about a decade ago. Hart refused to apologize for the posts and eventually announced his decision to step away from the Oscars. The comedian now admits he handled the situation poorly.

"What I thought was going to blow over ended up becoming a bigger mess than I expected," he said in the Netflix series. "Everybody is telling me my approach is wrong. ... There’s a lot of cooks in the kitchen but there’s only one person in the hot water."

"I missed an opportunity to say simply that I don’t condone any type of violence in any way, shape, or form to anyone for being who they are," he continued. "I fucked up. ... Instead, I said, 'I addressed it.' I said, 'I apologized.' I said, 'I talked about this already.' I was just immature."

Kevin Hart: Don't F*ck This Up is available to stream now on Netflix. The series includes appearances by Jimmy Fallon, Chadwick Boseman, Idris Elba, Chris Rock, Tiffany Haddish, and Samuel L. Jackson.

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