Dec. 14 (UPI) -- Kevin Hart says he's "a better man" in the wake of his cheating scandal this year.
The 38-year-old actor and comedian said in an interview with Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club that he's changed since he was unfaithful to wife Eniko Parrish in Las Vegas during her pregnancy.
"It's beyond irresponsible," Hart confessed. "There's no way around it. The best way to do is just address it right on."
"That's Kevin Hart in his dumbest moment," he added. "That's not the finest hour of my life. With that being said, you make your bed you lay in it. You can't say what you were thinking, because you weren't thinking."
Hart apologized to Parrish for a "bad error in judgment" in September after a person came forward with a video of the actor and another woman in bed. Parrish was pregnant with their first child at the time, and gave birth to son Kenzo in November.
"The real positive in this, I swear to God on my kids, on all my kids -- Heaven, Hendrix, Kenzo -- I'm a better man," Hart, who shares daughter Heaven and son Hendrix with ex-wife Torrei Hart, told The Breakfast Club.
"I'm telling you man, the past is the past," he added. "I'm still Kevin Hart, I am still very much myself. The changes that are coming are changes for myself to make me better. I am very happy at the [expletive] that has happened 'cause it made me better."
Hart and Parrish married in August 2016 after a two-year engagement. The actor shared the first photos of Kenzo on Instagram in November, calling the infant "a little miracle."