Jada Pinkett Smith's mom had non-consensual sex with her late father.

Adrienne Banfield-Norris and Jada Pinkett Smith

Adrienne Banfield-Norris and Jada Pinkett Smith

The 'Girls Trip' actress had a candid discussion about the issue with her parent for an episode of her Facebook Watch series 'Red Table Talk'.

Adrienne Banfield-Norris told her daughter and her granddaughter Willow Smith, 19, who was present around the table, that during her brief marriage to Jada's dad Robsol Pinkett Jr. she was made to have sex without giving her consent.

Jada said: "So, Gam, you feel like nowhere in your history in regards to sexual intimacy have you felt like you had a sexual experience that was not necessarily consensual."

Adrienne, 67, replied: "I have, I have, but it was also with my husband. Your dad, actually.

"So that’s really grey."

Asking for clarification, Jada asked her mother: "You’re basically saying you had non-consensual sex with my father."

And her parent nodded in agreement.

Adrienne was still at high school when she gave birth to Jada, 49, in 1971.

Her marriage to Robsol lasted just two months and Jada previously revealed the domestic violence her mom was subjected to by her late father - who died in 2010.

Jada said: "I knew that my mother and my father had a very violent relationship early on.

"She has a couple scars on her body that, as a child, I was just curious. I was like, ‘Oh, Mommy, what’s that? What’s that?’ … This will be the first time that Willow’s actually heard these stories about her grandfather who she knew."

One of the scars on her back was from the time she was "thrown over the bannister".

Adrienne explained how her husband used to turn violent after he had been drinking.

She said: "Not to make this like an excuse … but he was typically in an altered state when he was abusive like that.

"He was typically drunk.

"I think women stay because they think that they’re in love. That’s what it was for me. I thought that it was love."