Khloe Kardashian, due to give birth, faced with cheating allegations against BF Tristan Thompson
By the end of the month, Khloe Kardashian is expected to have a baby girl with boyfriend Tristan Thompson, an NBA player for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
What should be an exciting moment for the couple has been marred by reported proofs of Thompson’s infidelity to the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star.
On April 10, the Daily Mail released photos of Thompson getting intimate with a brunette in a New York bar last Saturday during a daytime party. Page Six identified the woman as Instagram model Lani Blair. Reports from both news outlets confirmed that the two spent the weekend together at clubs and Thompson’s hotel room at The Four Seasons.
Thompson was in New York for a game against the Knicks while Kardashian, all of nine months pregnant, stayed home in Cleveland where the couple lives together.
TMZ has also released a video of Thompson getting hands with two women in a Washington hookah lounge. The video, allegedly taken last October, shows Thompson kissing the women and getting groped.
According to a source, Thompson is allegedly a “serial cheater” and that there are even more women involved, People reports.
Kardashian’s outspoken family has been unusually quiet, though a source tells Page Six that she “was devastated” and “went absolutely ballistic at him.”
In his first game since the cheating allegations surfaced, Thompson received boos today from the crowd. Kardashian’s sister Kim and mom Kris are reportedly keeping her company through an undoubtedly challenging time.
Kardashian, 33, was previously married to basketball player Lamar Odom; their marriage crumbled due to his drug use and infidelity. Thompson, 27, has a son with ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig.
The two have been dating since Sepember 2016. Niña V. Guno /ra
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