Jordyn Woods has confirmed she kissed Khloe Kardashian’s baby daddy Tristan Thompson, but that it was a drunken mistake.
Contrary to circulating rumours, the 21-year-old, who is Kylie Jenner’s best friend, says she did not sleep with Tristan or give him a lap dance, and it was only as she was leaving his house after a party that he kissed her.
In a candid interview with Jada Pinkett Smith on The Red Table, Jordyn said she had been partying with friends in LA, and they headed to a house party that happened to be at Tristan’s house afterwards.
“I’m not thinking, ‘I shouldn’t be here’. That’s my first step where I went wrong,” she said.
“I should have gone home after the party. I shouldn’t even have been there. 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 to go to a bedroom, a bathroom – we’re all in plain sight. It was a kiss on the lips, but no tongue kiss. No making out. I don’t think he’s wrong either because I allowed myself to be in that position. When alcohol is involved, people make dumb moves.”
Jordyn has a longstanding connection to the Smith family. Her father, who has since passed, was a sound engineer on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air for its entire run and the families have been close since before Jordyn was born. That’s why she reached out to Jada to help her story be heard.
“I invited her to help her deal, heal and move forward,” an emotional Jada said.
Jordyn went on to reveal that when she first told Khloe that she had been to a party at Tristan’s house, she did not tell her that there was a kiss – and that omission is something she deeply regrets.
“If I’d have told the truth from the beginning. I was there, I was drunk, this wouldn’t have happened,” she said.
“I have spoken a little bit with her [Khloe]. I let her know I’m willing to do whatever it is for her peace of mind. Not for my image. Not for my career.”
Jordyn also insisted it wasn’t a publicity stunt and has ended up with “real people” getting hurt.
“Unfortunately, I wish I could say this was a publicity stunt but it’s real and real people are hurting.”