Khloe Kardashian Blasts Jordyn Woods Amid Tristan Thompson Cheating Scandal

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Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson recently saw his personal life take center stage with reports that he had been unfaithful to his partner Khloe Kardashian.

On Friday, the woman who Thompson was allegedly unfaithful with, model Jordyn Woods, made an effort to offer her side of the story.

Woods appeared on actress Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talk,” and explained that the alleged tryst with Thompson was an exaggeration. She stated that she and some friends had been out to a party and ran into Thompson, who invited the group to his home.

Going to Thompson’s home was poor judgment on her part, Woods admitted. However, she shot down the more salacious stories that have been published:

“I should have gone home after the party, I shouldn’t have been there. Never once was I giving him a lap dance, making out with him, sitting on him … never one did we leave the public area, go to a bedroom.”

Woods noted that her lack of judgment in the matter has been a source of regret:

“How I would feel if someone close to me is hanging out at my ex’s house or the father of my child?”

Indicating that the two kissed prior to her leaving, Woods clarified earlier reports and absolved Thompson of any blame.

“It was a kiss on the lips, no tongue kiss, no making out. I don’t think he’s wrong either because I allowed myself to be in that position.”

Woods chose this particular platform to offer her explanation because Pinkett Smith has been a friend of her family for decades. Yet despite her comments, Kardashian bitterly dismissed them in a pair of tweets:

Thompson’s season with the Cavaliers has thus far been limited to 35 games because of injuries. When he’s been able to play, he’s been effective, averaging 11.5 points and 11.1 rebounds per game. There have been some reports that he could return to the court on Saturday when the Cavs host the Detroit Pistons.

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Brad Sullivan is a lead writer for Cavaliers Nation. He has spent much of life in the Cleveland, Ohio area, and has remained a Cavalier fan from their 1970 beginnings through the return of LeBron James. While that fandom was sorely tested during the Reign of Error known simply by one word, Stepien, that overall historical perspective will be part of his writing for Cavaliers Nation in the months ahead.