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Tristan Thompson humiliated Khloe Kardashian


The Kings center posted a long message on social media after a new infidelity, confused by a paternity test.

6.6 points and 5.6 rebounds on average: Tristan Thompson’s first half of the season is like that of the Kings, disappointing. But the pivot of Sacramento surely has other problems in mind than the poor results of the Californian franchise. The former Cavalier has indeed seen his relationship with Khloe Kardashian shattered. Blame it on several infidelities.

The 30-year-old player notably had an affair with a certain Maralee Nichols. A relationship he has long denied. But Tristan Thompson was confused by a paternity test, forcing him to admit the facts and make a long mea culpa on Instagram. ” Today the paternity test confirmed that I had a child with Maralee Nichols. I assume my responsibilities and my decisions. Now that paternity has been established I look forward to raising our child in a friendly setting. I apologize to everyone who has been disappointed and hurt during this process, both publicly and privately. “, he wrote in a first story before apologizing flatly to Khloe Kardashian.

Khloe you don’t deserve this

Khloe you don’t deserve this. You don’t deserve the heartache and humiliation caused by my choices. You don’t deserve the way I’ve treated you for the past few years, he added. My actions don’t match the way I see you. I have the greatest respect and love for you. It doesn’t matter what you think. Once again. I am extremely sorry.“Excuses which should not be enough to obtain the forgiveness of his former companion, whom he had already deceived while she was pregnant.

In any case, these escapades do not help his rating with Kings supporters, but also with franchise leaders, tired of the pranks of their pivot. And all the more so as its services are commensurate.

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