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.
"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."
Watch the clip below.