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Kevin Hart, with girlfriend Eniko Parrish and children, attends Nickelodeon’s 27th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards at the USC Galen Center March 29, 2014, in Los Angeles. 

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Torrei Hart, Kevin Hart's ex and star of VH1's upcoming reality show Atlanta Exes, had a lot to say during a recent interview with ET's Rocsi Diaz. During the interview, Torrei said that infidelity was a major reason they got divorced.

Allegedly, Kevin had an affair with his current girlfriend, Eniko Parish, during his marriage to Torrei. Torrei even said there were times when she wanted to inflict bodily harm on Eniko.

"I never lashed out," said Torrei. "I never tried to punch her in the face, even though I've had moments where—trust and believe—I wanted to K.O. her ass."

Torrei also said that having two children with Kevin adds to the frustration of being divorced. "It does hurt that my kids have to be around a woman who broke up a marriage," said Torrei. "I was with [Kevin] when he was selling sneakers for five dollars an hour. I was at every show. I was at his first show where he ever did stand-up ... I was his muse. I was there from the beginning."

Well, apparently Kevin got wind of the interview and wasn't too pleased. He took to Twitter to vent about his ex:

[Editor's note: The following is an update from Wednesday, May 21, at 3 p.m.Torrei responded to Kevin's tweets via TMZ. "Despite what Kevin has said, and the time frames he is trying to establish, she was his mistress and was one of the reasons that broke up my family," Torrei said. "Show some respect, show some compassion, take ownership. Don't run to Twitter like you're in 12th grade. Be a grown man; own up to your s--t."

Maybe Kevin and Torrei need to stop airing their grievances publicly, at least for the sake of their children. 

Yesha Callahan is editor of The Grapevine and a staff writer at The Root. Follow her on Twitter.

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