Tristan Thompson Won A $50,000 Default Judgement Against The Woman Who Accused Him Of Fathering Her Son

June 24, 2021 / Posted by:

There aren’t enough hours in the day for Tristan Thompson to sue every woman who claimed to be a side-piece while he was dating Khloé Kardashian. But he did file a lawsuit against a woman who claimed last year that he was the father of her 5-year-old son. Tristan denied he was the father, and even went so far as to take a paternity test, which he claimed came back negative. That woman still pushed for the paternity truth, and in doing so, she ended up getting sued by Tristan. A default judgment has recently been made, and it was made in Tristan’s favor.

Tristan and Khloé filed a cease-and-desist warning last May to a woman named Kimberly Alexander. Kimberly claimed she hooked up with Tristan several years ago (pre-Khloé) and got pregnant. Tristan’s already the father to two children: 3-year-old True Thompson, with Khloé, and 4-year-old Prince Thompson, with Jordan Craig, who was reportedly pregnant when Tristan got with Khloé. It’s not out of the realm of possibility that Tristan could knock a lady up and split shortly after (see: Jordan Craig). But according to Tristan, that’s not what happened.

In Tristan’s libel lawsuit, he claims that he took a paternity test with LB Genetics in January 2020, four months before the news broke, and that his test came back negative. Kimberly allegedly refused to accept the results, because she believed that LB Genetics is a lab that the Kardashians have worked with before, and she was suspicious of how legitimate those results were. That’s fair. I think anyone could picture Kris Jenner in a lab coat, “accidentally” spilling a bottle of Fiji water onto Tristan’s test, while giggling, “Whoopsies, my bad!

The fact that Kimberly kept publicly accusing Tristan of being her son’s father was why he sued for libel. E! News says that a judge agreed that if the test came back negative, then her continued accusations were libelous, and on Tuesday, awarded him a conditional default judgment of $50,000.

The judge also awarded Tristan a judgment in general damages and $2,901.95 in costs associated with the lawsuit. But Tristan was asking for $100,000 in damages, for “loss of reputation, shame, mortification, and hurt feelings.” He also claimed that he hadn’t received an endorsement deal since January 2020, around the time he took that paternity test. The judge didn’t believe there was enough evidence to prove he lost work because of Kimberly’s accusations. The reality of the situation is that if Tristan’s personal life did cost him jobs, it was probably because sponsors were trying to do him a favor. He was already so busy, what with playing basketball, dating Khloé, and dating other women. It doesn’t leave much spare time to shoot watch commercials or cologne ads.

Additionally, the ruling is conditional because Tristan is required to file a dismissal of 10 anonymous defendants, who he believed to be responsible in some way for damaging his reputation. Is Tristan Thompson one of them? Because he’s the number one source for making Tristan Thompson look like a guy with monogamy and commitment issues.

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