Bad Parenting? Will & Jada Say They Don’t Care If Young Willow Smith Is In Bed With A Grown-Azz Man!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Celebrity Seeds, Did You Know, For Discussion


Oh really??

LAPD Says Pic Of Willow Smith In Bed With Grown Man Is Not Criminal

Via TMZ reports:

This photo — showing 13-year-old Willow Smith posing in bed with 20-year-old Disney star Moises Arias — is creepy, but not criminal … according to multiple law enforcement sources.

The pic has made the rounds and lots of people think it crosses the line — even the legal line. But TMZ contacted sources at the L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept. (which covers the area where Willow lives) and the Indio P.D. (which covers the area where the pic was snapped) … and our sources were clear … there’s nothing “sexual enough” to raise police eyebrows.

Our sources say no one has called either department to complain.

So creepy, but not criminal

Will and Jada recently made comments about the photo:

13-year-old Willow Smith is old enough to make decisions on who she hangs with — even innocently in bed … this according to Willow’s parents.

Sources connected to the Smith family tell TMZ … Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith believe their daughter is “very mature” … enough so to make her own decisions, as long as they don’t clearly cross the line.

Will and Jada view the now-famous photo of Willow in bed with 20-year-old “Hannah Montana” star Moises Arias as innocent fun … an expression of art

So, Will thinks it’s cool for his 13-year-old daughter to be laying in bed with a 20-year-old man?? Where do you draw the line? Do you think little Willow is growing up too fast?


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