Tristan Thompson gave his daughter True dozens of roses for paternity scandal

It has been confirmed that the basketball player Tristan thompson He gave his daughter True, three years old and the fruit of his relationship with Khloé kardashian almost 100 roses. This occurred before it was confirmed that the athlete is the father of Maralee Nichols’ son with whom he maintained a relationship parallel to the one he had with the businesswoman.

Thompson, who is currently in Los Angeles, was registered by the cameras of the TMZ portal. In the images recorded last Monday, he can be seen picking up his daughter True from school.

This occurred an hour before he published his apology to Kardashian on social networks and confirmed that he does have a baby with the model Maralee Nichols, who is currently demanding child support.

In the clip, Thompson is seen talking to the delivery man and receiving the delivery of 100 flowers, before the little girl left her classes.

Shortly after picking up True, the NBA player used his Instagram account to confirm the paternity of his third child and to apologize to Khloé for public humiliation due to his actions.

“Today, the results of the paternity tests reveal that I had a son with Maralee Nichols,” he confessed. “I take full responsibility for my actions. Now that paternity has been established, I look forward to raising our son in a friendly manner. “

She continued her message: “Khloé, you don’t deserve this. You don’t deserve the pain and humiliation I have caused you. You don’t deserve the way I’ve treated you over the years. “

Kardashian’s ex-husband, Lamar Odom, has spoken out about it. He has been in favor of his ex-partner with an emotional message through his Facebook account.

“I really wish the best for her and hope that we can reconnect and speak as friends. She is a good person and she deserves the world ”.

Kim Kardashian came out subtly about the situation, as she shared a photo of her playfully posing alongside Khloé and their respective children Saint, Chicago and True in a small gathering to watch “Sing 2.”