Actor-comedian Kevin Hart says he lied about the extent of his pain following the horrific car accident last year. Hart recalled the accident and the extent of it in Joe Rogan’s podcast. He was in the passenger seat when he was involved in a car crash in his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda in Los Angeles on September last year. He fractured his spine in three places and had to undergo major surgery. The comedian said he had the biggest cry in his life after coming home from the hospital, “My biggest cry in life came from the first day that I came home from the hospital, because I never had to see that house again. Like there was an option of me never seeing that home again. There was an option of me never walking on that driveway again. There was an option of me never seeing my wife and my kids again. I lied in the hospital because I didn’t want them to know that I was having pain, because I thought that they were gonna stop me from letting me continue to try my walks,” Hart felt lucky to be alive after the accident. He said by the time he was in the hospital for seven days, he was using a walker and pretending he was using his feet. It took two and a half weeks for him to start walking again without the walker. Kevin thanks his family for all the love and support that helped him in the recovery.