Tristan Thompson Has Threatened To Sue Over Her Claims That He Cheated On Khloé Kardashian With Sydney Chase
Tristan Thompson has a history of giving off the kind of vibes that would lead you to believe he’s not exactly the most loyal man around, relationship-wise. Need proof? Please see Exhibits A, B, and C. And with only 26 letters in the alphabet, I’m actually worried that if Tristan keeps up this pace, we might start to run out of letters. Because we’re currently on Exhibit D, the latest of which involves a woman named Sydney Chase, a Los Angeles model, who claims she and Tristan hooked up multiple times back in January. The problem there is that Tristan had a girlfriend in January, and her name is Khloé Kardashian, the mother of his 3-year-old daughter True Thompson. Tristan really doesn’t like that Sydney said that, and now he’s gotten his lawyers involved.
TMZ says that Tristan’s lawyer Marty Singer sent Sydney a cease-and-desist letter, in which they accuse Sydney of lying about her alleged relationship with Tristan, and warn her that if she keeps it up, she can expect to get sued. via TMZ:
In the letter, obtained by TMZ, Singer calls her allegations “malicious defamatory fabrications,” adding “Mr. Thompson had no relationship with you whatsoever and he never sent you any such texts.”
Singer goes on to accuse Chase of making up quotes from Tristan and having no proof to back up her claims, and blasts her by saying, “It is obvious that you are a liar.” The letter concludes by saying if Chase doesn’t stop “defaming” Thompson in the media or online, “you do so at your peril since you may find yourself in court attempting to defend your indefensible misconduct.”
Marty Singer also reportedly sent a cease-and-desist to Adam John Grandmaison, the host of the No Jumper podcast, where Sydney spilled her story. The portion of Sydney’s interview where she talks about Tristan has been scrubbed from the episode. So clearly, that cease-and-desist worked. Adam John Grandmaison tells Page Six that he did so, not because he didn’t want to invoke any more of Kris Jenner’s legal wrath, but because he didn’t want to fuck up Tristan and Khloé’s happy home:
“Yeah, we got a cease-and-desist and deleted it. Honestly, I wouldn’t have posted it in the first place if I knew it was going to mess up a relationship.”
Sources close to Tristan claim that he believes Sydney was just making things up in an attempt to get some attention and build her brand. Sydney has been bragging about her social media engagement since going public with her alleged story, and sources say that she might be trying to nab a reality TV deal with the Zeus network. But if you ask Sydney, she’ll tell you that Tristan’s side is lying and that she’s received no such cease-and-desist letter. She posted the following to her Instagram Stories to explain her side of things:
Sources call BS on that, saying that legal letters have been sent to multiple email addresses that they believe are connected to Sydney. Ok so did Sydney get the emails or not? It’s pretty easy to get ahold of her, considering she claims Tristan messaged her immediately after the interview went viral, and Khloé herself allegedly slid into Sydney’s DMs to chat. Hmmm, what a mystery. But there may be a solution. Tristan’s legal team has asked Sydney to show them any alleged texts that may have been sent between herself and Tristan. And not screenshots, because, as Tristan’s lawyer pointed out in that alleged cease-and-desist, texts can be Photoshopped. Khloé just recently tried to argue that fake pictures of her make her feel better about herself, so I don’t know how she feels about any of this. If only she could throw a reality-twisting filter over Tristan’s text messages! But that would involve her having access to his phone, and something tells me Tristan is the type to suddenly “lose” his phone in the house a lot.
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