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Here’s How the Kardashians Found Out About Tristan Thompson’s Paternity Suit

Khloe Kardashian, who had previously rekindled a romance with Tristan, was totally unaware of the legal filing but her sisters and mom knew everything.

karJenner knew about Tristan Thompson’s paternity suit even before Khloe Kardashian did. In the recent episode of the Hulu series, The Kardashians, Kim Kardashian broke the news to mom Kris Jenner and sisters Kylie Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian that the NBA star had been hit with a paternity lawsuit from Maralee Nichols.

Meanwhile, Khloe, who had previously rekindled a romance with Tristan, was totally unaware of the legal filing. While on the phone with Kris, a heated sister Kim said, “His whole declaration is in this thing, which says, ‘I, Tristan Thompson, met this girl in Houston. I slept with her on my 30th birthday.’ So I sent it to him and I said, ‘Does Khloe know about this?’ Khloe doesn’t even know.”

Before the momager could respond, Kim ended the call and switched the call to Kylie, who asked, “Is Tristan the worst person on the planet?” Like she did with Kris, Kim walked Kylie and Kourtney, who also joined the call, through Tristan’s declaration, putting together the timeline of events. Khloe sisters were taken aback by the update, with Kylie calling the situation ‘insane’ and a ‘never-ending swirl,’ referencing Tristan’s previous cheating scandals.

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After that, Kourtney Kardashian chimed in by adding, “It’s never-ending betrayal, is what it is.” For Kim, this paternity drama must be ‘the biggest sign’ for Khloe, who had been on and off with the basketball star since August 2016. However, Khloe shares 4-year-old True Thompson with Tristan. Thompson also shares a son Prince with Jordan Craig. In January, Tristan confirmed that he had fathered a child with Maralee and apologized to Khloe on Instagram for “the heartache and humiliation” he’s caused.

Thompson previously denied the paternity of the child, who was born on December 1. He then claimed that the ‘only’ possible date of conception for the child is March 13, 2021, which is his birthday when he was in Texas. Meanwhile, in previous court documents and in a statement last month, Nichols said the child was conceived in April. In court documents, Thompson claimed he only communicated with Nichols via Snapchat, the photo messaging app that automatically deletes messages after they’re read.

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