Jada Pinkett Smith's mother had ‘non-consensual sex' with actress's father

The women discuss sexual consent in the latest episode of Red Table Talk.

Jada Pinkett Smith’s mother has told her she had “non-consensual sex” with the actress’s father.

The Girls Trip star, 49, discussed sexual consent with her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris and her daughter Willow Smith in a preview clip of the latest episode of their chat show Red Table Talk.

Addressing Banfield-Norris, Pinkett Smith said: “So, Gam, you feel like nowhere in your history, in regards to sexual intimacy, have you felt like you’ve had a sexual experience that was not necessarily consensual, or was kind of in that grey area?”

Her mother replied: “I have, I have, but it was also with my husband. Your dad, actually. So that is really grey.”

Pinkett Smith said: “That is grey. You do hear that a lot. You’re basically saying you had non-consensual sex with my father?” to which her mother nodded.

Pinkett Smith has previously discussed  the domestic violence that her mother, who was still a teenager when she fell pregnant, faced from her father Robsol Pinkett Jr, who died in 2010.

The couple divorced after several months of marriage.

Red Table Talk is on Facebook Watch on Tuesdays.

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