AceShowbiz - Khloe Kardashian has credited Scott Disick for supporting her amid Tristan Thompson paternity drama. Taking to her social media account, the Good American founder thanked the "Flip It Like Disick" alum for giving her a bouquet of flowers.
On Sunday, December 5, the 37-year-old reality star shared a photo of a bouquet of pink roses from Scott. Over the snapshot, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alum wrote, "I love you @letthelordbewithyou," before adding, "Thank you."
In addition to Scott, Khloe's family reportedly has been "very supportive to her." A source told Us Weekly, "[They] have been very supportive to her." The source added, "Even though Khloe is hurt, she's staying strong and trying to move forward."
The informant went on to say that Khloe and Tristan, who share their 3-year-old daughter True together, have been breaking up for "many months and have been co-parenting together" since the split. "Khloe's family is supportive of her, but they are there for both Khloe and for Tristan," the insider explained. "They're both True's parents and the family is supportive of both."
The support from her loved ones came after a woman named Maralee Nichols sued Tristan for child support and other pregnancy-related fees after she said they conceived a child together in March. Per the court papers, the Sacramento Kings player confessed to having sex with the personal trainer on at least one occasion. However, Tristan is reportedly demanding an immediate DNA test.
The documents also revealed that Tristan wanted no relationship with the baby and wanted Maralee to terminate her pregnancy. In text messages she submitted to court as evidence, the basketball player offered $75,000 to buy her silence, trying to convince her it was her best bet because he's retiring soon.
"You know how I feel," Tristan reportedly told the pregnant woman. "My feelings haven't changed at all. Wont be involved at all. btw if you think having this baby is gonna make you some money. It's completely wrong. You are aware that I'm retiring after this season."
Tristan went on to say, "So in terms of support it will be whatever is required monthly for someone who's unemployed. It's Texas so it will be only a couple hundred dollars." The NBA star added, "So you better off taking this 75k I'm offering cause you won't get nothing near that with having a kid with a father who's unemployed." He concluded, "All you have is a baby with a father who has zero involvement with the child and a few hundred dollars of child support a month."