This foreign born alliterate NBA player is talking to an attorney about whether he can collect child support from his ex.
That would be bold.
Khloe Kardashian reveals ex Tristan Thompson ‘threatened to kill himself’ over Jordyn affair as Kris Jenner claims Woods was like a ‘second daughter’
Khloe Kardashian revealed that Tristan Thompson threatened to ‘kill himself’ shortly after the Jordyn Woods cheating scandal.
The Cleveland Cavaliers star Tristan, 28, who is the father of Khloé’s one-year-old daughter, True, made out with Jordyn, 21, at an all-night party earlier this year.
The series 16 TV show, entitled Treachery, saw the family fall-out after the betrayal, with Kris Jenner saying Jordyn was like a ‘second daughter’ to her.
During a conversation with sister Kourtney and Scott Disick, Khloe reached out to a mutual friend to check up on Tristan at his Cleveland to make sure that he was doing okay after fearing for his well-being, despite him hurting her.
She explained: ‘He’s like, “I can’t stop thinking about you and what mess I have caused”.
‘He’s doing this to get a reaction out of me. Oh, so I’m just allowed to say “I’m going to kill myself” at any time? That’s crazy.’ – Source
More Baby Mama Drama: Tristan Thompson Ordered To Pay $40K A Month To Ex For Son Prince
Pay up, Tristan!
Thompson was not only ordered to hand over hundreds of thousands in back child support, but also additional monthly payments and other costs after his baby mama Jordan Craig demanded their 2-year-old son, Prince, should live the same lavish lifestyle as his NBA dad and half-sister, Khloe Kardashian‘s daughter True, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
As Radar first reported, Instagram model and blogger Craig, 27, took Thompson, 28, to court and said the $15,000 per month that the pro athlete was paying her was way below the California child support guidelines.
According to May 2019 documents obtained only by Radar, a judge ordered Thompson pay Craig $200,000 in retroactive child support that was to be paid within 10 business days of the completion of the final judgement.
The Cleveland Cavaliers baller also must pay Craig $40,000 in monthly child support on the first day of each month, which must continue until Prince reaches the age of 18, or until he graduates from high school or becomes self-supporting, emancipated, or ordered by the court.- Source