The tip of the highway. After many ups and downs through the years, a supply completely tells Us Weekly that Khloé Kardashian is standing sturdy in relation to not getting again along with Tristan Thompson following his latest paternity scandal.
“It’s over for good,” the insider reveals, noting that since their romance ended the pair have solely been centered on coparenting their 3-year-old daughter, True. “They haven’t been romantically linked for fairly a while.”
Since their cut up, the fact star, 37, has been “blissful about life” and continues to have “a terrific help system” by her aspect.
“[Khloé] is having fun with spending time along with her finest family and friends,” the supply explains, including that the Good American cofounder is “not actively relationship” proper now. “If somebody particular comes into her life, after all she would like to discover a brand new relationship.”
Kardashian and Thompson, 31, have been first linked in September 2016. Days earlier than they welcomed their first little one collectively in 2018, the previous Boston Celtics participant was accused of dishonest on his then-pregnant girlfriend with a number of girls. The twosome stayed collectively on the time, however they referred to as it quits in February 2019 after the skilled basketball participant kissed Kylie Jenner‘s former finest pal Jordyn Woods.
In August 2020, Us confirmed that Kardashian and Thompson had rekindled their romance after spending time collectively amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic. Lower than one 12 months later, nevertheless, the duo cut up once more.
The NBA participant’s non-public life made headlines once more when information broke that he was being sued for little one help by Maralee Nichols. Within the paperwork filed in June 2021, the health mannequin, 31, claimed that Thompson was the daddy of her child. The Canada native, for his half, acknowledged in his court docket response that he attached with Nichols that March — whereas he was nonetheless relationship Kardashian.
On the finish of the 12 months, Us completely confirmed that Nichols gave start to a child boy named Theo. After beforehand requesting genetic testing, Thompson publicly acknowledged the kid’s paternity one month after the toddler was born.
“At this time, paternity take a look at outcomes reveal that I fathered a toddler with Maralee Nichols. I take full duty for my actions,” the previous Sacramento Kings participant, who additionally shares a 5-year-old son with ex Jordan Craig, wrote by way of Instagram Tales in January. “Now that paternity has been established I sit up for amicably elevating our son.”
Within the prolonged observe, Thompson apologized to Kardashian, writing, “Khloé, you don’t deserve this. You don’t deserve the heartache and humiliation I’ve precipitated you. You don’t deserve the best way I’ve handled you through the years. My actions definitely haven’t lined up with the best way I view you. I’ve the utmost respect and love for you. No matter what chances are you’ll assume. Once more, I’m so extremely sorry.”
The California native, for her half, lately confirmed that viewers will see the drama play out within the upcoming actuality collection, The Kardashians, which debuts April 14.
“It is going to be addressed on the present,” the Revenge Physique host advised Selection earlier this month. “We attempt as a household to guard the privateness of our companions or vital others, since they didn’t actually join this; we did. But when one thing is de facto public like this was, it could be unusual if Tristan was part of the present after which impulsively he disappears and we don’t ever discuss it.”
Kardashian identified that the viewers “will nearly really feel slighted” if her ups and downs with Thompson aren’t included within the Hulu collection. “So sure, we do tackle it,” she added on the time. “I at all times attempt to be as respectful as doable, however it’s actuality. Nevertheless it’s not going to be some lengthy, drawn-out state of affairs. I feel persons are in all probability a bit bored with it.”
With reporting by Diana Cooper