Khloe Kardashian And Tristan Thompson Filed A Cease And Desist Letter Against A Woman Claiming Tristan Is Her Kid’s Father

May 14, 2020 / Posted by:

Yesterday, Khloe Kardashian got clowned on Twitter over rumors that she was pregnant with her ex Tristan Thompson’s baby. While Khloe neither confirmed nor denied those rumors, she made it clear that she doesn’t appreciate people speculating or discussing her so-called private life. Well, Tristan’s sperm is making headlines again as he and Khloe have filed a cease and desist letter against Kimberly Alexander, a woman who claims that Tristan is the father of her 6-year-old son. Poor Kalamity Kuppy Kakes is still wiping the whipped cream from her eye, just to get squirted in the other eye with a forceful stream of seltzer thanks to Tristan’s vagabond peen. I’d sure hate to walk a mile in her big red shoes.

According to E! News, Tristian’s already taken a paternity test, and THEE Lisa Bloom was Kimberly’s attorney (for a time), so he definitely fucked this woman (though this was before Tristan joined The Kardashian Family Circus). But the test came back negative. However Kimberly doesn’t trust the test since it was conducted at a lab favored by The Kardashians. What, your family doesn’t also have a preferred paternity testing lab on speed dial?

In a cease and desist letter sent by the former couple’s attorney, Marty Singer, on Wednesday, May 13, Kimberly Alexander is asked to “immediately stop defaming them with malicious defamatory lies and specious fabrications” regarding a paternity claim that surfaced online.

In the cease and desist letter obtained by E! News, Singer confirms that Tristan did take a paternity test, which came out negative. Kimberly then requested Tristan take a second test, which Singer says he agreed to take—only on the condition that an AABB-accredited lab perform the test.

Apparently, Kimberly thinks the first test was fudged by the Kardashians. The lab that did the testing, LB Genetics, is the same lab that Kris Jenner consulted when she wanted to run a paternity test on Khloe (I guess to see if Pennywise is her real dad), as featured in a 2012 episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. In fact, if you google the lab, the full business name comes up “LB Genetics: Trusted By The Kardashians,” which is quite possibly the worst advertising slogan of the 21st century. It’s no wonder Kimberly doesn’t trust them. She posted her concerns online, which were then published, leading to Khloe and Tristan’s C&D.

Tabloid site Gossip of the City published copies of alleged paperwork from LB Genetics—a facility specializing in paternity and family relationship DNA testing services—that suggested Tristan took a paternity test in Jan. 2020. That same report featured screenshots of text messages allegedly sent by Tristan to Kimberly, as well as copies of emails that Kimberly purportedly received from her former attorney, Lisa Bloom.

The C&D continues:

“It is obvious that the reason you are spreading these lies about my clients is because you want your 15 minutes of fame. My clients will not tolerate your despicable conduct.”

“It has been proven that Mr. Thompson is not the father of your child and we demand that you stop claiming that he is, and that he and Ms. Kardashian somehow falsified the paternity test results.”

One of the items published by GOTC is a letter, allegedly from Lisa Bloom’s firm, firing Kimberly as a client claiming they were “unable to resolve your claims.” So I’m note sure Kimberly really has a leg to stand on here, but I appreciate the effort. The way things are going to Kalamity at the moment, she should really be on the alert for errant banana peels and avoid comically small tricycles, at least for the next couple of weeks.


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