Sophie Turner has joked that husband Joe Jonas was 'sticking his fingers' in co-stars while wearing a purity ring.
Joe and his brothers Kevin and Nick were just teens when they started their band in 2005, and made headlines after they sported 'purity rings' vowing to remain virgins until they got married.
Speaking in 2008, Joe told Huff Post the rings were a symbol of the 'promises to ourselves and to God that we'll stay pure till marriage'.
But it looks as though he may not have been quite as pure as he made out, at least according to his wife, who claimed he was actually hooking up with his co-stars while wearing the item.
The trio recently took part in Netflix's Jonas Brothers Family Roast, where Joe's wife of three-years Sophie took aim at the rings and their meaning.
The Game of Thrones star said: "Let's talk about the purity rings.
"For those of you who don't know, purity rings are worn to demonstrate that you're abstaining from sex before marriage. And the Jonas Brothers, they all had them.
"Like, I know this is a roast and you all think I should be going after them, but I think we need to set the record straight here.
"No, the rings weren't a good idea. Yes, as a gesture they're laughably, toe-curlingly lame.
"But remember - this was about more than a gesture. This was about faith, this was about principle, this was about taking a stand and setting an example.
"Look, Joe Jonas wasn't just sticking his fingers in some dumb metal rings. He was sticking his fingers in costars, actresses, and even a supermodel or two."
She then went on to compare Joe to a Cinderella, adding: "Joe tried to find a match for his purity rings a few times, but finally, the finger fit me.
"It was also like Cinderella because most of the girls he tried it with were under contract to Disney."
All three brother has previously slammed how their sex lives were discussed in the media while they were still so young.
Nick said: "It became a defining factor of who we were as a band, which was disappointing. I was just trying to navigate love, and romance, and what sex even meant to me, at a sensitive age."
"The question should have been: Is it appropriate for people to talk about a 16-year-old's sex life? It's absolutely not - and it wouldn't necessarily fly today."
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