AceShowbiz - No matter how happy they look in public, even a peaceful family like Will and Jada Pinkett Smith's has their own problem. For instance, Child Protection Service was once called on the married couple after they were accused of abusing their own daughter Willow Smith.
In an interview with The Daily Mail, Jada was asked whether the things she said on her talk show "Red Table Talk" had ever ruffled feathers at home. In response, the "Girls' Trip" star said such things did not ever happen because they had dealt with much more serious issues. "We've been through so much as a family, it takes a lot to rock us," she said. "Once you're survived having Child Protection Service come to your house because someone called and said, 'You're abusing Willow, you're not feeding her...' "
Jada continued, "When you've gone through crazy stuff like that, whatever you've spoke about at the 'Red Table Talk', doesn't mean anything, due to the storms you've survived off of that table [and being so open]. We've survived so much as a family, so that's one of the things I'm grateful for. We hold it down together and give each other that freedom to speak our truth."
While Jada did not detail when exactly the incident happened, back in 2014, she and Will Smith were almost caught in deep troubles with the Los Angeles Department of Children & Family Services. At the time, the organization investigated them after a photo that showed Willow, then 13, lying in bed near her friend Moises Arias, who was 20 at the time, surfaced online. Fortunately, the couple was cleared after it was found out that nothing was going on between them.
Calling out critics who blasted them, Jada said, "Here's the deal. There was nothing sexual about that picture or that situation. You guys are projecting your trash onto it and you're acting like covert pedophiles, and that's not cool."