Jordyn Woods Makes Acting Debut in ‘Grown-Ish’ after Tristan Cheating Drama
After a cheating scandal that ended her decades-long association with the Kardashian-Jenner family, Jordyn Woods landed a guest role on "Grown-Ish" that hopes to jumpstart her acting career.
Jordyn Woods hasn't had any good publicity since being caught in a cheating scandal with Tristan Thompson, Khloe Kardashian's ex-boyfriend, and baby daddy.
While this scandal ended her relationship with Kylie Jenner, whom she considered her best friend since they were kids, she is now trying to move on with her life and focus her energy on something else.
A Fresh Start
On her Instagram, Woods revealed that she is a guest star on this season of "Grown-ish," which she says is her first role ever booked.
“I’ve been waiting to share this with you guys but I am SO excited to guest star on this season of #grownish it returns June 5th on @freeform. This was the first role I’ve ever booked and I was nervous at first but I got past that and had the best time take risks and stay consistent to your journey, you never know what the world has to offer.”
Woods is set to play a freshman in college named Dee, who is a character with a "sweet soul, soft-spoken and sincere vulnerability."
Prior to her acting career, she was the 21-year-old model best friend of Kylie Jenner. Thanks to her association with the business mogul, she landed modeling jobs here and there and got the most extravagant gifts from Kylie.
After the cheating scandal that involved her kissing Tristan Thompson on the lips, it was revealed that Jordyn had to move out of Kylie's mansion as she had been living them prior to the issue. The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star even bought Jordyn a car, and has brought her along on almost all of her vacations.
While Kylie Jenner has chosen to stay quiet about the entire cheating scandal, a sister will always be a sister and she's chosen to stand with Khloe in this whole situation. This ultimately ended Jordyn and Kylie's sisterhood, as well as the Kardashian's treatment of Jordyn as "one of their sisters."