“Tristan thought he would be a free man once preseason began and be back in Cleveland alone but that’s not happening. Khloe and the baby are coming too,” a source close to the NBA star exclusively told RadarOnline.com.
While Thompson, 27, was happy to be home alone and have space from the reality star, she insisted on moving back in.
“He was shocked she wanted to come and be there full time knowing how he will be constantly on the road. He tried to convince her to stay in L.A. so her mom and sisters can help with True but she wanted to be by his side,” added the insider.
While they began showing PDA on social media again after solving their differences, Thompson still feels like he is trapped in Kardashian’s life, and has no way of getting out!
“He can’t catch a break and doesn’t want Khloe at this house full time during the season. But he can’t say anything. That’s his baby mama and he knows she doesn’t trust him which is the real reason why she’s moving back with him,” the source told RadarOnline.com.
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The shocking news comes days after Kardashian came clean about the basketball star’s cheating scandal on Instagram. After a user accused her of acting “like Tristan didn’t cheat,” the Revenge Body star fired back. “I’m not acting as if Tristan didn’t cheat. I’m saying the story about marriage and anyone insinuating they know what we speak about privately is ‘crap,’” she said.
Meanwhile, Thompson has stayed silent about the entire incident.
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