Purported Baby Momma Of Tristan Thompson Says She's Not Hurting For Money - Only The 'Truth'
If you haven't been following the Kardashians lately, know that Khloe and her man, Tristan Thompson, are in the headlines once again for Tristan's supposed infidelity and purposed misbehavior. Earlier this week, Khloe and Tristan dropped a cease and desist letter to a woman who claims she has a child with Tristan.
On her Instagram Stories, Kimberly Alexander wrote that she isn't hurting for money at all. She merely wants the truth. The Shade Room was the first outlet to capture these screenshots. You can check out this post from the social media account below:
As for how Tristan has addressed the rumors, the basketball player says that he and Kimberly first started hooking up back in 2012, however, Kimberly says he's being disingenuous and his withholding the truth from his girl and the world.
Kimberly wrote on her account that back in 2012, her mother had just passed away and she didn't even know who Tristan was back then. TMZ reported earlier this week that the basketball player and Thompson slept together back in 2011 or 2012.
Sources close to the situation told the publication that Kimberly had a child with Tristan and it's now between the ages of 4 or 5. However, the timeline has been questioned by others.
Today, the 35-year-old Kardashian sister and Thompson, via their attorney, Marty Singer, claimed to Page Six that Thompson had already taken a paternity test and the results were negative. According to Kardashian and Thompson's attorney, Kimberly's story doesn't add up.
They claimed that Thompson agreed to do a second paternity test as long as it was an official and legitimate one done by an esteemed and accredited laboratory. Kimberly didn't agree to one and was subsequently dropped by her lawyers as well.
Moreover, Marty Singer asked why Ms. Alexander would wait another five years to do another paternity test. This past Thursday, Page Six got their hands on the cease and desist letter in which they demanded Alexander to stop spreading lies about them in the media.