Jordyn Woods appeared on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk on Friday, March 1, and explained, in detail, everything that happened with Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson. If you’re unfamiliar with the situation, here’s a quick boiler plate: Early last week, news broke that Thompson cheated on Kardashian with Woods, Kylie Jenner’s best friend. The scandal broke the Internet and spawned countless tabloid reports detailing the incident and how the Kardashian-Jenner family was handling it.
The gist from those reports, essentially, is that Kardashian’s more upset with Woods’ betrayal than Thompson’s actual cheating. A quote that a source gave to People magazine helps puts this into context: “Jordyn has been like Kylie’s sister. They were inseparable, and always together. Jordyn often helped Kylie with Stormi. Kylie was always so excited to have Jordyn around. It seems Kylie isn’t sure what to do, but it seems impossible for her to keep Jordyn around.”
In other woods, Woods was deeply embedded in the Kardashian-Jenner fold. They treated her like a member of their family, which is why this situation particularly stings for everyone involved. Jordyn Woods hasn’t said much about the situation—until now. In her Red Table Talk interview, she finally gives her side of the story.
Below, check out everything she revealed about the Kardashian-Thompson situation:
What happened, in her own words: “Sunday night, I went to dinner with some friends, and I went to this bar afterwards. There was this party going on. I was minding my business, dancing, drinking. Tristan was there. He was doing his own thing. That was it. After the club, normal L.A. culture when you’re young—go to the bar, go to the club—it ends early, and we all go to a house after. We’re not thinking about who’s house or where it’s at. We’re all just having fun. We’re in the moment. A group of girls I’m with are like, ‘We’re gonna go to a house on the way out.’ They’re saying it’s Tristan’s house. I’m like, ‘Cool, that’s OK.’ It feels like a safe environment, I’d rather it be his house than a random stranger. He didn’t even personally invite me there. It wasn’t like, ‘Come see.’ It was like, ‘I’m hopping in the car. I know him. Even better.’ We pull up. We walk in. Not once was I aware of everyone’s phone or told them to take away a phone. I don’t have anything to hide. So when it comes to the phones [being] taken away, I have no clue who told them to take the phones. All I know is I had my own.”
“We’re all dancing and we’re all drinking and we’re all enjoying the time. I’m not thinking I shouldn’t be here. And that’s my first step where I went wrong. And how I would feel if someone close to me is hanging out at my ex’s house or the father of my child. I didn’t think about that. The first step is, ‘I should’ve gone home after the party.’ I shouldn’t even have been there. “
Did Woods hook up with Thompson? “The night’s going on. Never once was I giving him a lap dance, making out with him, sitting all over him. It’s just we’re all together. We’re in a group. Never once did we leave the public area, go to a bedroom, go to a bathroom. We’re all in plain sight.”
“This seems completely crazy to me that anybody says there was a lap dance involved because there was no lap dance involved. But what I can think as to why someone would say that: There was a chair here, a couch, and another chair. It’s all filled. He’s sitting in this chair, and there’s an arm that goes up about here. And I’m sitting on the arm of the chair. So you come into the party and you look and you see me sitting on the chair. In my head, this is innocent. We’re all drinking. We’re all chillin’. There’s no way it would look like a lap dance. But I could see why people would say, ‘Oh they’re getting cozy.'”