It's been a year since the Tristan Thompson scandal.

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It's been a full year since the Tristan Thompson/Jordyn Woods drama blew up the Kardashian-Jenner circle, and perhaps unsurprisingly, Kylie Jenner and Woods, her former best friend, are reportedly no longer in touch.

A Woods family friend told People that Jordyn has done her best to move on, and that she and Jenner aren't speaking to each other.

"Jordyn’s position now is she’s going to just let it be what it is," the friend said. "She said what she had to say."

Last February, a scandal broke out when it was revealed Tristan Thompson had cheated on Khloé Kardashian with Woods. Woods subsequently went on Jada Pinkett Smith's show, Red Table Talk, and claimed that Thompson kissed her at an afterparty at his house after a night of drinking, but denied ever having sex with him.

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In August, when asked if she thought she and Jenner would ever be friends again, Woods was vague, telling the interviewer, "What's the definition of a breakup?" before looking up the official definition on her phone. "'The separation or breaking up of something into several pieces or sections. The end of a relationship.' Those are the two things. What I'd ask is, 'Does anything really end? Or is it a cycle?'"

Since the scandal Woods has made her own name with an acting credit on Grown-ish, and has starred in the music video for “Baby Birkin” by rapper Gunna. Jenner, of course, has been focusing on her makeup line and being a mom to daughter Stormi.

When asked if she missed Woods during an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Jenner simply said, "I think that this whole Jordyn situation needed to happen for a reason... She was my security blanket. She lived with me. We did everything together, I just felt like, 'Oh, I have Jordyn. I don't need anything else. And I feel like there's a part of me that needed to grow without her. Sometimes people are there for certain reasons at certain times in your life and then not there for others."