The Boston Celtics star hit up Nightingale Plaza in West Hollywood with a group of his friends. He didn’t look like he was trying to hide as he rocked a bright yellow track suit with a pair of crisp white sneakers.
Tristan looked surprised to be spotted by paparazzi as he left the club and headed to his car. He proceeded to pull his hoodie over his head to try to prevent the cameramen from getting a good shot.
The decision for Tristan to hit the club without Khloe is interesting given their public proclamation they are working on things. The two have flaunted their relationship on the last season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
It's also interesting since the club is what got Tristan in trouble the first time when he hooked up with Kylie Jenner's friend, Jordyn Woods. He famously had Jordyn come to his apartment after he had partied at a Santa Monica club with Drake.
The two kissed in the early morning despite Tristan being with Khloe at the time. Following the incident, the reality star cut off her baby daddy and the family blacklisted Jordyn.
It would appear, Tristan is playing with fire.
As Radar previously reported, Tristan is currently facing accusations from two different women.
The first is an Instagram model named Kimberly Alexander. She claims the NBA star is the father to her 5-year-old son despite a DNA test stating otherwise. Kimberly believes the test was done by a facility associated with the Kardashian family.
Tristan is currently suing Kimberly for calling him a "deadbeat dad" publicly. He says he is not the father to her kid and the accusations have tarnished his reputation, along with cost him potentially millions in endorsement deals.
Kimberly has blown off the lawsuit and is set to be hit with a default judgment.
He was also hit with accusations that he cheated on Khloe by an L.A. model named Sydney Chase. She claims the NBA star had an affair with her for months and told him the E! star wasn't his "type."
Tristan's lawyers called the girl a liar but she hired powerhouse attorney Gloria Allred to represent her in the matter.