American comic actor, Kevin Hart has apologized to his pregnant wife, Eniko Parrish for cheating on her.
The development is coming after the 38-year-old comic actor indirectly denied accusations that he cheated on Parrish in July, a month shy of his first wedding anniversary to Parrish.
“#LiveLoveLaugh… SMDH (Shaking My Damn Head),” Hart wrote on social media network, Instagram, appearing to reference reports of the alleged affair in July.
A month and few weeks after his denial, the actor has taken to the social media platform to confess to a “bad error of judgment” in the Instagram video and apologized to his wife, Eniko Parrish, and his two children from a previous marriage.
TMZ reports that a woman has been demanding an unspecified amount after filming a “sexually suggestive” video with Hart, noting that the actor is not visible in the footage and it’s not a sex tape. The hush money would then halt the video’s release.
Apparently displeased with the demands of the woman, Hart — who is expecting a child with wife Eniko Parrish — posted an emotional apology video on his Instagram on Saturday night, apologizing for his “mistakes” and claiming that there was someone who was trying to make “financial gain” off of his past misbehavior.
“I’m at a place in my life where I feel like I have a target on my back,” Hart, 38, said. “And because of that, I should make smart decisions. And recently, I didn’t. You know, I’m not perfect. I’m not going to sit up here and say that I am or claim to be in any way shape or form. And I made a bad error in judgment and I put myself in a bad environment where only bad things can happen and they did. And in doing that I know that I’m going to hurt the people closest to me, who’ve I talked to and apologized to, that would be my wife and my kids.
“And I just, you know, it’s a s—-y moment. It’s a s—-y moment when you know you’re wrong and there are no excuses for your wrong behavior,” Hart continued. “At the end of the day man, I just simply have got to do better. But I’m also not going to allow a person to have financial gain off of my mistakes and in this particular situation that was what was attempted. I said I’d rather fess up to my mistakes,” Hart said.