Days after Alexis Arquette tried to out Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith as gay the Smith’s got support from someone who would know the truth.
Sheree Fletcher expressed her anger over the accusations in a video posted to her Facebook page Thursday.
“Alexis Arquette, let’s just be clear: I don’t know you and you don’t know me,” she scolded the transgender actor who was born Robert. “So for you to claim you have firsthand knowledge information as to why my marriage didn’t work out is completely out of line and I gotta check you.
“Not only is it out of line, it’s absolutely not true. And I’m offended and I’m hurt that someone would be so malicious and reckless and destructive and use a lie and an untruth to prove a point.”
Fletcher said the end of her marriage to the A-list star had nothing to do with cheating.
“My marriage ended not over any infidelity — I didn’t find Will in bed with a man, I didn’t find him in bed with a woman — it just didn’t happen. Will was straight in 1992 and he’s straight in 2016,” she said adding that Smith couldn’t have bought her silence.
“I left because I was unhappy. I’ve never had a gag order. I’ve never been paid to be silent. I know Will has a lot of money, but Will does not have enough money to take my voice away from me — to deprive me of my story. That wouldn’t happen,” she said.
Fletcher said she was most concerned with the affect the allegations would have on the couple’s 23-year-old son Trey.
“In the future, please, just be more careful with the things you say,” Fletcher continued. “Check your facts — try to actually have some facts — before you start putting untruths out there that can really damage people and damage family.”
Watch the video below.
Just setting the record STRAIGHT!
Posted by Sheree Fletcher on Thursday, January 21, 2016
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