Tristan Thompson is about to welcome a new baby into the world with another mother. This time, it was his coach Maralee Nichols.
However, the future of this child’s family situation is underway following a paternity lawsuit filed by Nichols. The Kings forward/center had consensual sex on his 30th birthday in March of this year at a party in Houston.
Nichols was about to give birth to a baby, suspected to have conceived that day. She accused Tristan Thompson of shirking her fatherly responsibilities. And the texts reveal a truly cold, inhuman side of the 2016 NBA champion.
What was most disturbing was the fact that Thompson and his ex-wife Khloe Kardashian were dating at the time. Khloe is even said to be considering having a second child with the Canadian big man. But this incident seems to have put her last.
Tristan Thompson Allegedly Wrote He’s Retiring After the 2021-22 NBA Season
New York Post discovered some truly jarring texts sent by Tristan Thompson to his former coach:
“Btw if you think having this baby will make you some money. It is completely wrong. You know I’m going to retire after this season. So in terms of support, it will be whatever is required monthly for the unemployed. “
“It’s Texas so it’s only going to be a few hundred dollars. So you’re better off taking this 75k that I’m offering because you won’t get anywhere near having a child with an unemployed father. “
“All you will have is a baby with an unrelated father and a few hundred dollars a month in child support.”
It was clear that Thompson was either trying to get Nichols to have an abortion, or threatening the prospect of being a goddamn father. There are no options for a millionaire athlete with over $100 million in career income.
https://thesportsrush.com/nba-news-im-going-to-retire-after-this-year-so-take-the-75000-tristan-thompsons-scandalous-texts-to-ex-trainer-revealed-amid-looming-child-support-litigation/ ‘I’m retiring after this year, so take $75,000’: Tristan Thompson’s scandalous message to former coach revealed amid pending child support lawsuit