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Willow Smith revealed a cyberstalker broke into her home while she was away on holiday with her family.

In a PEOPLE exclusive clip of this week's "Red Table Talk" episode, Willow spoke to her mother Jada Pinkett Smith and her grandmother Adrienne Banfield Norris about being cyberstalked by a man she didn't know.

Willow shared that she was granted a temporary restraining order against her stalker earlier this year.

A judge ordered the man to stay 100 yards away from Willow.

"Cyberstalking is a little bit more insidious and scary," the 20-year-old says in the video clip.

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"This guy was doing that to me. And he was actually doing that to me for a couple of years, actually.

"He basically got my patterns. During December when we were gone for a family vacation, he actually came to my house and broke in while we were away. Crazy, crazy times."

The man reportedly hopped a fence and camped out behind her house.

Willow was asked by her grandmother, Banfield Norris, how it felt for her to go back inside her home.

"Besides, just feeling violated, were you fearful?" she asked.

Jada went into mother bear mode and "Shored everything up" to protect her child.

"We shored it up. We got you loaded and protected," Jada said, apparently referring to a firearm she gave her daughter.

Jada added she threw out everything the man may have touched or tampered with.

"Once [the police] got all the evidence that they needed from inside, we had to take all the stuff out of the refrigerator because we were afraid maybe he put something in the drinks or in her food to knock her out.

"We had to go through everything. Toothpaste, everything. Everything in the house had to go."

Jada added that they even checked the vents in her home, because they weren't sure whether the man "put cameras up" to spy on her.

"We had to really strip the whole house down. We shored her up, strongly."

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Rapper Daz Dillinger claims Jada Pinkett Smith had an inappropriate sexual relationship with an underage boy when she was 22.

Dillinger claims Jada was "entangled" with Chris "Mac Daddy" Kelly of the rap duo Kris Kross when he was only 14.

Jada coined the term "entanglement" after singer August Alsina revealed they had a brief romantic affair years ago.

During a recent interview, Daz, 48, said:

"You think Jada Pinkett was entangling? She was entangling with Chris Kelly from motherf*ckin' Kriss Kross! Kriss Kross was in the room and [Chris] was like, 'Jada Pinkett is at the door but don't leave! Take this weed, chill.' We were like, 'D*mn, he gave us an ounce of weed! We gon' kick it right here.' Then he came back in and said, 'Yeah, that was Jada Pinkett.'"

He added, "I'm like, 'd*mn, that's Jada Pinkett at a young age.' 1993, around that way. She was entanglin' then! Shout out to Jada."

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Miss Maryland, Jada Pinkett poses with rapper LL Cool J during Hal Jackson's Talented Teens competition in Chicago, Illinois in July 1988.

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Chris Kelly, left, and Chris Smith of Kris Kross were discovered at Greenbriar Mall in Atlanta in 1991 by rap producer Jermaine Dupri.

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Chris Kelly, left, and Chris Smith were 12 and 13 when they released their smash hit debut single, "Jump." The single topped the Billboard Hot 100 for eight weeks and was certified double platinum.

Chris Kelly died from a drug overdose in 2013 at age 34.
 

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Like mother, like daughter. Jada Pinkett Smith and her 20-year-old daughter Willow Smith considered undergoing Brazilian butt lift (BBL) surgeries.

In a teaser for Wednesday's episode of Red Table Talk on Facebook, Jada, Willow, and Jada's mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris discuss peer pressure to follow risky trends.

Jada, 50, said she once considered following the popular Brazilian butt lift trend after checking out her butt in the mirror.

"I'm glad we're here talking about this today, the BBLs, because I was considering getting one," she said.

"Me too!" said Willow. "I considered getting the tiniest little bit, but then I just got into the gym and got it anyway."

Jada added:

"I told her. I said, 'You want a butt? One thing your mother know how to do is build a butt.' And you built it to the point that people thought you got surgery."

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Banfield-Norris, left, touched on the peer pressure that causes young women to risk their lives for inflated butts.

"I just feel like there's always so much more pressure on women to look a certain way," she said.

"You know it's all about youth, so for somebody like me, the struggle has been extremely real. Like I've had botox, then you get to the point where how much you're gonna do, but then it almost becomes addictive."

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Two years ago singer August Alsina revealed he had a sordid affair with actress Jada Pinkett Smith, who is married to A-list actor Will Smith.

At the time of his scandalous revelation, Alsina, 29, said Smith, 53, knew about his wife's May-December relationship and gave them his blessing.

In the November 2021 issue of GQ magazine, Smith admitted both he and Jada, 50, have stepped outside their marriage over the years in order to keep their Love alive.

"Jada never believed in conventional marriage," Smith tells the men's fashion magazine.

"Jada had family members that had an unconventional relationship. So she grew up in a way that was very different than how I grew up. There were significant endless discussions about, what is relational perfection? What is the perfect way to interact as a couple? And for the large part of our relationship, monogamy was what we chose, not thinking of monogamy as the only relational perfection."

Smith, who shares daughter Willow, 20, and son Jaden, 23, with Jada, admits they both opted for an open marriage after years of monogamy.

"We have given each other trust and freedom, with the belief that everybody has to find their own way. And marriage for us can't be a prison. And I don't suggest our road for anybody. I don't suggest this road for anybody. But the experiences that the freedoms that we've given one another and the unconditional support, to me, is the highest definition of love."

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Smith said he often called legendary actor Denzel Washington for marital advice over the years.

"Throughout the years, I would always call Denzel. He's a real sage. I was probably 48 or something like that and I called Denzel. He said, 'Listen. You've got to think of it as the funky 40. Everybody's 40s are funky.' He said, 'But just wait till you hit the fuck-it 50s.' He said, 'Just bear with your 40s.' I stopped and I was like, 'The funky 40s and the fuck-it 50s?' And that's exactly what happened. It just became the fuck-it 50s, and I gave myself the freedom to do whatever I wanted to do."

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Will also explained to GQ magazine why he scrapped the making of Emancipation, the film that tells the story behind the photo of "Whipped Peter."

The historic photo of the ex-slave's scarred back, taken during an Army medical examination, became known as "The Scourged Back."

The movie was originally scheduled to shoot in Atlanta, Georgia, but Smith pulled the movie out of Georgia in response to Gov. Brian Kemp's new voter protection bill.

"I've always avoided making films about slavery," Smith told GQ writer Wesley Lowery.

"In the early part of my career... I didn't want to show Black people in that light. I wanted to be a superhero. So I wanted to depict Black excellence alongside my white counterparts. I wanted to play roles that you would give to Tom Cruise. And the first time I considered it was Django. But I didn't want to make a slavery film about vengeance."

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Jada Pinkett Smith celebrated her 50th birthday milestone with a star-studded 70s-themed skating party at her home.

The A-list actress and her husband Will Smith built the skating rink at their Los Angeles home for the bash. They were joined by some of her showbiz pals, including MC Lyte, Toni Braxton and Charlie Mack.
 
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A source told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six: "It was the happiest I've ever seen them."

Guests were all asked to provide shoe and sock sizes before arriving for the party to be fitted for custom roller skates.

The insider shared:

"It was probably the best time anyone has ever had, and the DJ played the best music. It was mostly '70s... it was like a '70s party."

Will, 52, didn't take to the rink because he's currently in the middle of shooting a film.

However, Jada "skated the whole entire time, and her mom was out there skating the whole time too".

And although guests were required to take a Covid test before attending the bash, the event was staged in typical "Smith family style".

The source said:

"There was no product placement. It was in Smith family style. They paid for everything."

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Jada Pinkett Smith says her daughter WilloW Smith inspired her to shave her head bald.

On Monday, Jada took to Instagram to share a post from Willow's IG page that shows mom and daughter with shaved heads.

She captioned the image: "Willow made me do it because it was time to let go BUT ... my 50's are bout to be Divinely lit with this shed [sic]."

Jada partially shaved her hair in the past amid her ongoing battle with alopecia. Alopecia means a partial or complete loss of hair.

In 2018 Jada told People.com she first realized she was losing her hair while taking a shower.

"It was terrifying when it first started. I was in the shower one day and then just handfuls of hair just in my hands. And I was just like, 'Oh my God, am I going bald?'. It was one of those times in my life where I was literally shaking in fear. That's why I cut my hair, and why I continue to cut it."

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Jada Pinkett Smith celebrated Tupac Shakur's 50th birthday by sharing a never-before-released poem written by the late rap icon.

The 'Matrix Reloaded' star befriended Tupac while they were both students at the Baltimore School for the Arts in her native Maryland.

In an Instagram video, Jada admitted she initially planned to share the original handwritten poem, titled "Lost Soulz," on his special day on Wednesday, but she decided to post it a little early.

In the clip, she explains:

"I went down memory lane. Over the years, 'Pac wrote me many letters and many poems, and I don't think this one has ever been published, honestly.

"He had a song called Lost Soulz... but I believe this was the original concept, because he wrote this, I believe when he was at Rikers (Island prison in New York in 1995). I don't think he would have minded that I shared this with you guys."

Jada went on to read the poem, which focused on death, including the lines, "Let me live to see what was gold in me/Before it is all too late."

The accompanying caption read:

"Tupac Amaru Shakur would have been 50 (at) midnight tonight! As we prepare to celebrate his legacy ... let's remember him for that which we loved most ... his way with words.

"Here are a few you may have never heard before... Happy 'you goin'n to be 50 at midnight' Birthday Pac! I got next (sic)".

Tupac died in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas in 1997, at age 25.
 

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Toni Braxton serenaded Jada Pinkett Smith and others on a quiet sunny afternoon in Cali.

Jada gave her 10 million Instagram followers a little taste of Toni singing an Anita Baker song.

Jada captioned the video:

"When your girl, the one and only @tonibraxton pulls up to kick it and blesses you with an impromptu session of some of her favourite songs. It was such a special day. I was in awe of the power of the spirit that comes through her voice. I felt so honoured to be in this moment with her and witness firsthand her intimate love and connection to music and her love of sharing her gift. It’s a treasure when you can experience the gift of an artist in a way that it envelops you and makes itself tangible. You had to be there but I’m going to share just a little piece of the day in hopes that you can feel it. Thank you, Toni. I love you! Happy Sunday and ... you’re welcome...."
 

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Bobby Brown blames Nick Gordon, who he helped raise, for the deaths of his former wife Whitney Houston and daughter Bobbi Kristina.

Brown made the revelation during an episode of Facebook series "Red Table Talk" with host Jada Pinkett Smith and her co-hosts, daughter Willow Smith and mom Adrienne Banfield-Norris.

Brown said he believed foul play was involved in Bobbi Kristina's death in 2015.

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When asked if Nick provided Bobbi Kristina with drugs, Brown replied, "Definitely." He also blamed Nick for Whitney's death in 2012.

"He was the only one there with both situations with my ex-wife and with my daughter and they both died the same way."

"Yeah I think... this is my opinion of who I think this young man was. Being around my daughter and being around my ex-wife, I think he was more so of a provider of 'party favors.'"

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Brown opened up about the effects drugs had on him and his family.

He partially blames himself for exposing Bobby Jr. to his own drug use following the 28 year old's overdose death last year.

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The coroner's office ruled Bobby Jr. died after accidentally ingesting a deadly cocktail of drugs and alcohol on November 18. But the singer insists his son wasn't a drug addict.

"He wasn't a user. He would experiment with different things. It wasn't like he was dependent on drugs like when I was in my situation," the "My Prerogative" singer said.

Addressing his own history of substance abuse, he said, "I depended (on drugs), I needed it. He was a young man who tried the wrong stuff and it took him out of here."

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Brown regrets not confronting Nick about providing drugs to Whitney and Bobbi Kristina.

"Did you ever have a chance to confront that young man?" Jada asked.

"No, no I didn't," said Brown. "In fact, before his death, I was in rehab at the time when he passed [in January 2020]. I had planned on once I left rehab to approach the young man just to find out how my daughter was in the last days, but, no, I never got a chance to find out from him or talk to him."

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Jada Pinkett Smith and her daughter Willow, 20, both revealed they are sexually attracted to women.

"I've had my fair share of swooning and being like, ‘Oh my God, she's so beautiful. She's so talented'," said Willow, who leans more to the heterosexual side of the fence.

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While Jada has allegedly dipped her toe in the lady pond, Willow is hesitant to take the plunge.

"I don't feel like I've been in love with a woman just yet, but I definitely feel like it could happen because I've had very strong feelings for women before."

Jada Pinkett is in an open relationship with Willow's father, A- list actor Will Smith. She confirmed longstanding rumors that she is bisexual on her Facebook Watch show "Red Table Talk."

"Two times I've been infatuated with a woman," said the 49-year-old mother-of-two.

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Willow, who is in a longterm relationship with boyfriend Tyler Cole, has previously said she's open to a "throuple" 3-way relationship with a third partner.

She said, "I would definitely want one man, one woman. I feel like I could be polyfidelitous with those two people," she said.

"I feel like if I were to find two people of the different genders that I really connected with and we had a romantic and sexual connection, I don't feel like I would feel the need to try to go find more," she said.

Jada famously admitted sleeping with troubled singer August Alsina, 28, last year while Will Smith was off on location.