Khloe Kardashian receives sympathy flowers from Scott Disick after Tristan Thompson baby drama

Khloe Kardashian is said to be ‘upset’ over allegations her on-off NBA star boyfriend Tristan Thompson cheated on her once again – amid reports he conceived his third child with another woman in March this year

Khloe Kardashian receives sympathy flowers from Scott Disick after Tristan Thompson baby drama
Scott Disick has sent Khloe Kardashain a bunch of flowers in the wake of her alleged heartache

Scott Disick has tried to cheer Khloe Kardashian up with a bouquet of flowers.

The mum-of-one is currently processing the public news that on-off beau Tristan Thompson, 30, has allegedly welcomed a third child into the world.

Khloe, 37, is yet to comment on reports of the basketball player becoming a father for a third time – with the baby said to been conceived while the sports star was in a relationship with the reality TV star.

Friends and family are said to be rallying around Khloe following the NBA player’s paternity woes being revealed to the world – with Scott on hand with a stunning bunch of flowers.

Khloe Kardashian and the NBA star share daughter True, 3, together

A floral delivery from Scott Disick seemed to cheer the reality TV star up during her alleged heartache



Taking to her Instagram Stories on Monday, the Good American founder showed off the bouquet from sister Kourtney Kardashian’s former boyfriend.

“I love you @letthelordbewithyou thank you,” Khloe captioned the snap of the pink floral arrangement – adding emojis of prayer hands and a white heart.

Scott and Khloe have been pals for over a decade and have remained close even since the Talentless creator’s split from Kourtney in 2015, with whom he shares three children.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians co-stars have a close bond



Scott’s sweet gesture comes in the wake of reports that Tristan – who is father to Khloe’s three-year-old daughter, True – has become a father with personal trainer, Maralee Nichols.

According to a lawsuit filed by Maralee for paternity support, Tristan conceived his third child on the night on his birthday on March 13 2021.

Khloe and Tristan were believed to be a couple at the time – although the co-parents didn’t split in June following new cheating allegations against the athlete.

Tristan and Khloe with daughter True earlier this year



Tristan has admitted to having sex with Maralee “several times” at a Houston hotel in his response to the personal trainer’s child support filing.

Maralee has requested a “reimbursement of medical expenses and pregnancy-related costs such as Lamaze classes, a doula, and prenatal vitamins” in addition to child support.

In addition to sharing daughter True with Khloe, Tristan is also a father to son Prince, 4, from his relationship with ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig.

Although yet to publicly comment on the Sacramento Kings’ star’s latest cheating scandal, sources claim Khloe is “upset” about the baby news.

True with the basketball player’s son from a previous relationship

Insiders say the reality TV star “can’t believe” he is going to be a dad again and is crushed by the realisation he cheated on her once again.

Speaking with PEOPLE, the source confirms Khloe and Tristan were in a relationship together in March when Maralee claims to have had sexual relations with the NBA star.

“It’s just a sad situation to her,” they added to the American publication.

The source add that Khloe had taken Tristan back against the advice of her friends as she “believed that he would change” and she wanted the best for daughter True.

They also confirm the on-off couple spent lockdown together last year and were “doing great” together in isolation – but Khloe “knew things would change” once normal life and the NBA resumed.

“She was just hopeful that he would stay faithful and loyal to her,” says the insider.

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