KHLOE Kardashian posted a cryptic quote about “negative energy” at the same time as news broke out about her ex Tristan Thompson reportedly “having a third baby with his personal trainer Maralee Nichols.”
Khloe, 37, posted an inspirational quote from @girl_unfiltered in an Instagram Story.
The text stated: “I just don’t have time for negative energy.
And even when I do, I still don’t.”
The Keeping Up With The Kardashian star mentioned “negative energy” on social media at the same time when Tristan’s baby mama is expected to conceive his third child.
Tristan, 30, shares his daughter True, three, with his ex-girlfriend Khloe, and his son Prince, four, with his other ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig.
THE THIRD CHILD
The NBA player is reportedly expecting a child with Maralee – who has now sued him for child support – which had been first reported by DailyMail.
Maralee is expected to give birth on December 3rd, Friday.
She allegedly conceived the baby on the NBA star’s 30th birthday.
At the time, Tristan claimed to be “still dating” Khloe.
In the child support filing, the Sacramento Kings player admitted to having sex with his personal trainer several times at a Houston hotel after they attended his birthday party together.
Maralee allegedly “drove him to the event in her Maserati sportscar” before they headed back to his hotel where she “had a special birthday surprise” for the famous athlete.
Tristan claimed he knew the encounter would lead to sex, though he asserted that was the only time they were “intimate.”
Maralee’s lawyers though claimed their affair began about “five months” prior to the birthday tryst.
Her lawyers mentioned added that the Texas native had “traveled to California on multiple occasions” and continued to see the father of two “after she got pregnant.”
Maralee filed the lawsuit against her alleged baby daddy back on June 30, after she moved from Texas to Los Angeles.
The fitness instructor requested child support for “reimbursement of medical expenses and pregnancy-related costs such as Lamaze classes, a doula, and prenatal vitamins.”
In her papers, Maralee has also asked that Tristan pay for items which would be needed after the baby’s birth, such as “clothing, formula, and diapers.”
The basketball star has not denied that he is the baby’s father but has requested that a paternity test be completed after the child’s birth.
The former Boston Celtics player has asked that the court move their case back to Maralee’s native Texas, in order to limit the amount of his child support contributions.
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