It's been over a year since Hank Baskett allegedly cheated on his then-pregnant wife Kendra Wilkinson ... and now, two reality shows later, the two are finally talking about it.
There have been numerous rumors and allegations flung at the former football player in the time since then, with everyone wanting to know what really went down between Baskett and the transgender model. It's been a subject of contention on both "Kendra on Top" and the current season of "Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars."
So ... what happened?!
In a brand new interview, Hank says he approached a couple in a grocery store parking lot and asked them if he could buy some marijuana off them. They gave him a phone number and address, which he called and then went to to pick up the pot.
Once there, he used the bathroom -- and, when he was done, walked out to see two transgender women making out with each other.
"I didn't engage in anything," he tells PEOPLE. "It was like a bank robbery. You never know when you'll freeze. I don't know if it was a couple of seconds or 15 seconds, because all I was saying was get out, get out, get out."
He tells the mag one of the women did "fondle" him through his shorts.
"I put myself in a bad situation. And everything through me brought pain upon this family," he continues. "I was the alpha male. I could do anything to protect my family but I couldn't protect myself."
This is pretty much the same story TMZ reported back in October -- only now, Hank's finally saying it himself.
Wilkinson recently said the two are in a good place now -- and tells PEOPLE that her husband was very "naive and gullible. He thinks everybody is his friend."
Of course, it hasn't been an easy road for them to get where they are today, as we've witnessed many a blowup from Kendra on "Marriage Boot Camp."
Last month, we saw Wilkinson explode on her husband after audio tapes of a phone call between Hank and one of the alleged mistresses leaked online.
We also saw her really get into it with costar Tami Roman, who wanted to know what really happened just as much as the rest of us.