Kevin Hart caught up in cheating scandal in Miami Beach

Kevin Hart really, genuinely seemed like such a doting husband.

Ya know: Fawning all over his wife Eniko Parrish and gushing about their baby to be.

But hey, Hart’s an actor, which means he knows how to act. 

According to RadarOnline, all those fun filled trips to Miami for work were mixed with, um, pleasure.

In a blaring headline, “Kevin Hart Caught Cheating Behind His Pregnant Wife’s Back,” gossip watchers learned, via clicking through a gallery, that the comic was “canoodling” in the early hours of July 3 in a car outside his Miami Beach hotel with an unidentified brunette.

The license plate of the cream Lexus is clearly identified, but we at Miami.com are so classy so we are not going there. 

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We know the mini comic was definitely in town for Irie Weekend so the dates match up. The weird thing is that Hart was traveling with his wife. Spies saw him at Kiki on the River earlier in the day, celebrating his 38th birthday with family and friends.

“They emptied a few bottles of pricy Don Julio 1942 and wanted to pop a few more,” said the onlooker of his visit. “The party crew ordered a couple of everything on the menu and feasted family style and sang happy birthday to Hart, who picked up the check and left a massive four-figure tip.”

Afterwards, adds the spy, “he hopped back on his yacht and sailed into the moonlight.”

Moonlight? Hmmm. 

So yeah, see for yourself: The pics/video sure look like the “Ride Along” star. Is he actually straddling the woman in the passenger seat? Oh boy. 

There’s no audio. The footage is quiet, except for some wind noises. If car upholstery could talk…

Locals, help us out: Hart appears to be in the front of the EDITION (notice the telltale plants and steps).

Parrish  may be getting some heavyweight jewelry really soon.  

 

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