The woman who accused Tristan Thompson of being a deadbeat dad, despite a DNA test proving her wasn’t the father to her kid, is about to be hit with a $50,000 judgment over her claims.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge informed Tristan he was leaning towards granting his motion for a default judgment against Kimberly Alexander.
As Radar previously reported, Tristan sued his alleged baby mama over claims she made about him not supporting his alleged son. The NBA star says the kid isn’t even his.
He took a DNA test that showed Tristan was not the biological father. However, Kimberly believes the test was messed with because it was done by a facility associated with the Kardashian family.
For the past couple of years, Kimberly has been outspoken with her claims that Tristan is indeed her baby daddy.
He didn’t take well to the accusations and warned her if she didn’t cease spreading the lies, he would file a lawsuit. Tristan followed through with the threat and sued Kimberly in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Tristan is in the process of obtaining a default judgment against Kimberly. He asked the court to award him $102,000 in damages. During the hearing this week, the judge heard from Tristan’s lawyers who argued for a large judgment.
The court did not agree that the NBA star deserved six figures but said they believed he was owed $52,901.75. The judge noted, “While Plaintiff testifies that he has not received an endorsement deal since January 2020, there is insufficient evidence that Defendant’s statements are the causal link.
Plaintiff offers no evidence of any specific endorsement deal that he lost or any job opportunities he lost based on the conduct at issue in this action. Other factors may be reasons for the lack of endorsements.”
The judge has yet to make his decision official. The court win comes weeks after Khloé broke up with Tristan after a model named Sydney Chase accused him of cheating.
Last week, the NBA star was caught sneaking into a bedroom with three women at an L.A. party.