The woman who claims Tristan Thompson fathered her child took to social media on Friday to respond to the NBA player and his ex Khloé Kardashian after they sent her cease and desist letter.
“I’m not hurting for no money loves. I want #truth,” Kimberly Alexander wrote on her Instagram Stories, according to screenshots taken by The Shade Room.
Responding to reports that she and Thompson, 29, dated nearly eight years ago — as opposed to recently — the model added, “My mother passed away in 2012 Tristan I didn’t even know you then. If ur gonna come clean come alllll the way clean.”
According to TMZ, sources close to the basketball player said Alexander and Thompson had a one-night stand “sometime during his rookie season in 2011-2012.” The sources also told TMZ that, since the child in question is between the ages of 4 to 5, the timeline offered by the two parties doesn’t match up.
Following Alexander’s Instagram comments on Friday, Kardashian, 35, and Thompson’s attorney, Marty Singer, reiterated to Page Six that Thompson took a paternity test that came back negative.
“Furthermore,” his statement continued, “when Kim Alexander insisted on a second test, Mr. Thompson agreed to do a second test (since he knew that it would re-confirm that he’s not the father) if it was a legally admissible paternity test performed by an AABB-accredited lab that would be beyond reproach. Significantly Kim Alexander refused to have the second test done by an accredited lab and she was dropped as a client by her lawyers.
“There is also no explanation why Ms. Alexander waited 5 years to do a paternity test if she knew who was the father of her child.”
On Thursday, Page Six obtained a copy of the cease and desist letter, which asked Alexander to “immediately stop defaming them with malicious defamatory lies and specious fabrications.”
[via Page Six]