Tristan Thompson who is already a father to True Thompson along with Khloe Kardashian is allegedly a father to a son of a woman named Kimberly Alexander. Well, that’s not the complete truth. According to a report in TMZ, Kimberly Alexander has claimed that the NBA star is the father of her 5-year-old son, however, after allegedly claiming this, Tristan denies these claims and has slammed a lawsuit against her. Thompson's attorney initially threatened to take legal action against Alexander in a cease and desist letter which asked Alexander to "immediately stop defaming [Thompson and Khloe Kardashian] with malicious defamatory lies and specious fabrications."
That’s not it, Thompson chose to voluntarily submit a DNA test to determine the child's paternity and it was concluded that he is not the father. However, instead of accepting the DNA results and moving on, Alexander turned to social media and posted the confidential DNA report on Instagram which was backed by, "I am extremely upset with LB genetic DNA testing with the fact that they are trying to sabotage a DNA test with Tristan [sic] Thompson regarding my son that he has been neglecting since birth I know for sure that Tristan Thompson is the father of my child," as mentioned on E! News portal.
Alexander also accused Thompson and the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star of ‘falsifying’ the DNA results and bribing people. Tristan's attorney Marty Singer writes on his letter as mention on the same portal, "Alexander has persisted in publicly proclaiming that Thompson is her child's father and she has maliciously accused Thompson of being a deadbeat dad, ‘neglecting' and failing to take financial responsibility for the child since birth. Such statements are absolutely false and are defamatory per se. To quote Michael Jackson, "the kid is not [his] son."
Image Source: Instagram/realtristan13, Twitter/khloekardashian
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