Just two days after his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith was spotted at an event without her wedding ring in Beverly Hills, new reports are now claiming that Will Smith was caught cheating on his wife with 23-year-old “Focus” co-star Margot Robbie.
According to the new issue of Star Magazine, Smith and Robbie hopped into a photo booth together at a party in New Orleans on October 25th for some very racy shots of them flirting and showing some skin with the actor’s tongue out.
The mag alleges that Will went as far as to give the actress a piggy-back ride back to his trailer. The magazine reports, “he wasn’t acting like a married man,” a source told the magazine of Smith. “He gave no signs that he was in a committed relationship… what kind of married man would go into a photo booth with a sexy 23-year-old and start to undress?”
A witness at the New Orleans party further told Star, “Once they pulled the curtain back to take the pictures, they let their inhibitions run wild, laughing, hugging and nuzzling each other in the dark.” And, “Margot directed Will before each pose… she asked Will to take a sexy picture with her, as she pulled up her shirt and exposed her lingerie for Will and the camera.”
The snitch added, “They were hanging all over each other, laughing like they were a new couple in love.” After their photo session, the duo forgot to grab their photos — leaving trace of their not-so-secret affair.
According to PageSix.com, Smith, 45, and Robbie’s characters are reportedly romantically linked in the film — and Robbie has been quoted as saying that after she auditioned for her part with Smith, “we had a natural chemistry.”
Meantime, reports have repeatedly surfaced that Smith’s marriage is struggling. Around the same time of his photo booth escapade, Jada was in Baltimore to speak at the Associated Black Charities of Baltimore Girls’ Night Out event. During her address at the Oct. 23 gala, Star reports, Pinkett-Smith, “dropped blatant hints about her unhappy marriage.”
The “Matrix Reloaded” actress, whose been married to Will for almost 16 years , “sullenly looked out into the crowd,” and, according to an audience member, said, “When you are going through a storm with your spouse… stop thinking about what you ‘believe’ a husband or wife should be.”