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Here's Everything Jordyn Woods's Said About Her Cheating Scandal In Her Interview With The Red Table

Jordyn Woods's first in-depth interview on her Tristan Thompson cheating scandal and its aftermath with the Kardashians was just released this afternoon. Woods shot her Red Table Talk episode with Jada Pinkett Smith for Facebook Watch earlier this week and teased the appearance on Tuesday. In the episode, Woods took full responsibility for what happened between her and Khloé Kardashian's boyfriend. And she apologized publicly to the family.

But Woods said a lot about the entire saga that has dominated headlines for the last week. Here, her biggest quotes:

On how she ended up at Tristan Thompson's party: "Sunday night, I went to dinner with some friends, and I went to this bar after—there was a 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, we all go to a house after. We're not thinking about whose house or where it's at. We're all having fun, we're in the moment. The group of girls that I'm with, are like 'We're gonna go to a house on the way out,' so they're saying it's Tristan's house. So I'm like 'Cool, that's okay!' that 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 me,' it was like 'Oh I'm hopping in the car, I'm coming with y'all. Y'all are going here? Cool, I know him. Even better!' We pull up, we walk in. Not once was I aware of anyone'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 away the phone or anything. All I know is I had my phone. We're all dancing and we're all drinking and enjoying time, and 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 at my ex's house or the father of my child. I didn't think about that. That's the first part of the problem."

On the alleged lap dance she gave Tristan: "There was no lap dance involved, but what I can think as to why someone would say that. He's sitting in this chair and there's an arm of the chair that goes up, and I'm sitting on the arm of the chair, so if 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 chilling. There's no way it would look like a lap dance, but I can see why someone would say 'Oh, they're getting cozy.' My legs were laying right over his. My butt was never sitting on him, but my legs were dangling down so I picked them up and I put them over onto the bottom of his legs."

On what happened between her and Tristan Thompson: "I was drunk. I was not tipsy, I was drunk. But I was not beyond the point of recollection. I know where I was. But, on the way out [of Tristan's house] he did kiss me. No passion, no nothing. On the way out he just kissed me. It was a kiss on the lips. No tongue kiss, no making out. Nothing. I don't think he's wrong either, because I allowed myself to be in this position."

"I didn't know how to feel. I was like, 'That didn't just happen,' because I was leaving already so I walked out immediately after. And I got in the car and was like, 'No, that didn't happen,' I [told him] I need to go. I was in shock." 

On what she first told Kylie and Khloé the morning after: "I went home. I talked to Kylie and Khloé in the morning and told them I was there. I had talked to Khloe and she asked me, "What's going on, is everything fine?" And in my head of trying to forget that part of the story, I was like, "You know, no [nothing happened]. He was chilling. Everything was okay. There were girls there but he wasn't all over the girls."

"I was honest about being there, but I was not honest about the actions that had taken place."

On if she spoke to Kylie: "I have. I told her I was coming to the Table today. I think at this point, it’s gone too far and enough is enough. And when the safety of the people I love is in jeopardy, I have to to speak."

On speaking to Khloé: "I have spoken a little bit with her. I let her know that I’m willing to do whatever it takes for her peace of mind, not for my image, not for my career because that’s already something in its own. This is now for your own peace of mind so you know there was no malicious intent."

When Jada Pinkett Smith asked her directly if she slept with Tristan: "Never. Never a thought, never a consideration."

On whether this is a publicity stunt (a reader sent the question in):"Unfortunately, Taylor, I wish I could say this was a publicity stunt, but this is my real life. Real people are hurting. It’s been real. It’s been real."

On whether she apologized to Khloé: "I did. I did as much apologizing as I could do, over the phone, over text. And until I get the opportunity to talk face-to-face, can she can really feel what I’m saying? but I reached out and the opportunity is there. I offered as much as I could. A lie detector test, anything. Whatever makes you feel better is what I want. But at least they know it’s there."

On how her family has been affected by the scandal: "We can't leave the house. my brother can't go to work. My sister can't go to school and she's 12-years-old. My mom can't even go to the grocery store."

On why she decided to break her silence on Red Table Talk"In the process of her [Khloé] processing I can’t see my family get hurt anymore so that’s why I had to break my silence, out of—you know, I’ve been respectful through this whole thing. You know, I haven’t been commenting back. I’ve been constantly being ridiculed and bullied, and I’ve still held my dignity. And I’ve even been bullied by people who were just a week before telling me you know, how much they love me or this and the other. And I just—I’m more so the person where I get to see everyone’s true colors now. As well as, you have my phone number. You could’ve called. Or texted me a mean text but I guess if everything’s social now, that’s how people handle things. I have to respect that but through that, I’m not going to be the crazy person to clap back or to respond out of respect to the fact that this is a real situation. This is real life. It’s not a game. This is not a drill. This is not a drill, okay? And I can tell you one thing: 90 percent of these people were not my friends. 90 percent! Not 20. 90. But this has been deeper than just coming here. It’s because you’re family and it’s someone that even if this was the truth, there was no judgement."

Watch the full interview here: https://www.facebook.com/redta...

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