Willow Smith has reportedly assured child protection services that "nothing inappropriate" happened between her and Moises Arias.
The Los Angeles Department of Children & Family Services are said to have questioned the 13-year-old star and her parents, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith, twice after a photograph emerged of her lying on a bed with the topless 20-year-old actor, but social workers are eager to speak to him before wrapping up their investigation.
A source told RadarOnline.com: "Willow was questioned on two separate occasions by social workers from Child Protective Services. Once in the presence of her parents, and the second time, Willow was alone with the social workers.
"She made it clear that nothing inappropriate had happened with Moises. Moises has been friends with Willow and older brother Jaden, for years. The Smith's treat him as one of the family, and know he wouldn't take advantage of that trust."
The insider added: "There have been no allegations of any wrongdoing or illegal activity by Moises.
"Moises is under no obligation to talk to authorities. Social workers just want to make sure there is proper adult supervision of the children in Will and Jada's house."
Jada, 42, was angry when she was asked about the photo earlier this month.
She said: "Here's the deal. There was nothing sexual about that picture or that situation."
But the source added: "This is how all investigations are handled. Both Will and Jada have also been questioned. At this point, the investigation remains open, and won't be closed for at least another few weeks."