Jordyn Woods has cleared her name for good. 

Woods returned to Red Table Talk where she first broke her silence about the Tristian Thompson cheating scandal to take a lie detector test. Jordyn wanted viewers to know that she has nothing to hide so she let polygraphist Shon Thurman strapped her to a polygraph machine. 

"I just want everyone to know I'm telling the truth and that's the most important story to me—the truth," Woods said. 

Woods submitted herself to a two-hour exam to ensure it was done properly. When asked "Did you have sexual intercourse with Tristan Thompson," she told Thurman "No." According to Thurman, no deception was detected and she passed the test with flying colors. 

"You absolutely passed," Thurman said. "I believe you're being truthful on the test."

Since the news first made headlines, Woods has been adamant that she and Thompson did not have sex. Yet, the entire Kardashian-Jenner family turned against her, forcing her to go to the red table so that she could tell her side of the story. 

"Never, never a thought, never a consideration, never happened, never will I and that's why I'm willing to be put up to the test," she said during her previous appearance on Red Table Talk. "Attach me to a lie detector. I need people to know the truth and more important, I need the people to know the truth."

The defamation and scrutiny Woods received due to this scandal brought to light how quickly a story can change. 

"There were a lot of untruths that were put out there and one of them was about that there wasn't an apology from Jordyn," Adrienne Banfield-Jones said. "From the text messages that I saw, that is not necessarily the case. So don't be editing this out of the show because that's important."

"It taught me a lot," Jada Pinkett-Smith added. "There's always more to the story so you have to be careful about how you judge no matter what you hear."

Watch the entire episode of Red Table Talk below.

 

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