The story continues! Just when it seemed like Tristan Thompson’s name wasn’t on the headlines, he’s back again. New information about the ongoing lawsuit against Maralee Nicholas, mother of youngest child Theo, has emerged and the circumstances are quite interesting.
Tristan is no stranger to doing whatever he can to avoid Maralee, but with new alleged information, he’s taken it to the next level. According to Us Weekly, Snapchat messages allegedly sent by Tristan last spring claim he told Maralee he was tightening his relationship with Khloe Kardashian. In one of the alleged messages from April 2021, Maralee responded to the news by writing, “You actually just told me you’re engaged and trying to be with your family. I didn’t even know you were engaged. You have a track record of treating me like absolute crap, and this whole situation has made me sad. “
A few days later, Tristan is said to have replied: “I am engaged, but I will be getting married soon. I have told you that I will not and absolutely cannot be in the child’s life. Why not wait until you [sic] Find the right person to have a family. Why would you want to have a baby with an engaged man? You want to keep a mistake. “
The reports do not specify what Maralee’s reaction to Tristan was. However, this isn’t the first time he’s been caught texting via Snapchat. If you recall, last December, the news of his involvement with Maralee caused a stir on the intranet. At the time, Maralee detailed that Theo was conceived in March during Tristan’s birthday celebration in Houston. Additionally, Maralee shared several messages from Tristan, trying to convince her to have an abortion and saying that he would not meddle in the baby’s life.
Some roommates called Tristan about how he talked about Theo. One person commented: “He was cold to the very last line. Sheesh. ” Another commented: “No, Tristan! YOU ARE MISTAKE. Roommate, what do you think about Tristan’s alleged words to Maralee?
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