In case you missed it, Kevin Hart has been at the center of an extortion case that includes a cheating scandal and a whole bunch of drama. After a summer of infidelity rumors, including those resurfacing from his own ex-wife, Torrei Hart, Kevin was probably hoping the rumor mill would stop churning. But alas, receipts do not lie, and when a video of Hart allegedly having some sort of sexual relations with a woman who is not his wife Eniko surfaced (as a result of a failed extortion attempt) the mill is churning at full blast.
And ready to give her two cents on the situation? Dr. Jenn Mann from Couples Therapy. In a video obtained by TMZ, Dr. Jenn doesn’t hold back when it comes to talking about Hart’s infidelities (both past and present.)
“I think it is a shame for his wife, I think it’s a shame for his family, and that man needs to learn how to keep his d-ck in his pants.”
When she is asked if she thinks “we are holding our celebrities to unrealistic standards of faithfulness?” Dr. Jenn says, “No, I don’t. I think to ask a man to keep his wedding vows is not an unreasonable expectation. And I think that Kavin needs to do the work on himself so that he can have the self control and the discipline.”
And Dr. Jenn doesn’t think that celebs should get a pass just because they’re more likely to have the opportunity to cheat. She’s got a pretty simple answer: “Don’t make vows if you can’t keep them.”
She doesn’t think that all is lost for the Hart family. Typically when a couple has baby on the way, it “deepens the level of commitment on both sides” and the pair will work to save their marriage even when “people screw up.”
“Once a cheater, always a cheater?” Not necessarily. “I think he needs to do some work on himself because clearly this is a problem.”
Dr. Jenn’s final thoughts? “Mostly, keep your d-ck in your pants.”
And now, for the best thing to come out of Couples Therapy, it’s Farrah Abraham’s whisper-cry.