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Kevin Hart's Ex, Torrei Hart, Opens Up About Their Divorce And "Atlanta Exes" Reality Show

08/25/2014 04:59 pm ET

When your ex-wife is on reality show called "Atlanta Exes," you know there's a chance some of your dirty laundry is going to be aired.

So did comedian Kevin Hart object when his ex-wife Torrei told him she'd be starring on the aforementioned VH1 show?

"He did not," Torrei says in a new interview with "The Lowdown." "I wouldn't say he was rolling out the red carpet but he can't tell me how to live my life."

She adds: "He knows the type of woman I am; even if he did say that, I'm going to tell him, 'Later for that, I'm doing me. I don't tell you not to tell certain type of jokes' -- he joked about me all the time."

That he did. The pair called it quits in 2011, after nearly eight years of marriage, two kids together -- and yes, plenty of jokes about how rough married life was on Kevin's part.

But "life goes on," Torrei says in the clip above. "I'm now with a new man who's 100 percent my supporter."

Torrei's show debuted on VH1 last Monday, the same night Kevin proposed to his girlfriend Eniko Parrish during the model's 30th birthday celebration. Back in May, Kevin denied Torrei's claim that Parrish played a part in the couple's split.

"My woman has nothing to do with my past marriage problems in any way shape or form. It's almost 7yrs total of me not being with my Ex," he tweeted, adding, "I guess giving a woman over 20k a month and still being there for her and being a incredible father isn't enough!"

But hey, at least he ended things on a nicer note:

"With that being said I hope my Ex wife honestly finds happiness. THIS HAS BEEN A KEVIN HART PERSONAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Have a good day everybody," he tweeted.

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