Jada Pinkett Smith Reveals Jordyn Woods is “Doing Well” Following Kardashian-Thompson Cheating Scandal

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Jada Pinkett Smith reveals Jordyn Woods doing well after cheating scandal.
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Jada Pinkett Smitt was celebrating the success of her Facebook Watch series, Red Table Talk, when she was asked about her family’s close friend, Jordyn Woods.

Jordyn is famous for allegedly cheating with Khloe Kardashian’s baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, while he was in a relationship with Khloe. And to make matters worse, Jordyn was best friends with Khloe’s sister, Kylie Jenner, even living with the young billionaire.

[RELATED: Jordyn Woods Reveals She Was “Bullied By The World” Following Tristan Thompson/Khloe Kardashian Cheating Scandal]

It was on Jada’s Red Table Talk, that Jordyn did her first interview about the scandal, getting to speak out and tell her side of the story.

“I feel like I can’t point fingers and I can’t say, ‘you did this or you did this,’ because I allowed myself to be there. I was drunk, but I was not beyond the point of recollection. I know where I was. But on the way out he did kiss me. No passion. It was like a kiss on the lips,” Jordyn shared with Jada. “But not tongue kiss, no making out. I don’t think he’s wrong either because I allowed myself to be in that position and when alcohol is involved, people make dumb moves or people get caught up in the moment.”

Jordyn has had a hard time following the scandal, even admitting to being bullied by the world. But Jada revealed to Entertainment Tonight’s Nischelle Turner that “she’s doing really well and she learned a lot.”

[RELATED: Jordyn Woods Speaks Out About Night With Khloe Kardashian’s Baby Daddy Tristan Thompson]

“You know, once again just giving that opportunity for her to tell her story, you know?” Jada said about having Jordyn on the show. “That’s all anybody ever wants, so we just felt really happy to give her that opportunity.”

She continued, “For us as women to be able to recognize when there’s a young girl who just needs a little assistance ushering into grown womanhood and we’ve all been there. So as grown women, just kind of going, ‘OK what happened and here’s a little guidance.’

Red Table Talk airs on Mondays on Facebook Watch.