Tristan Thompson fired off subpoenas to his alleged baby mama’s doctors demanding they turn over her medical records.
According to court records obtained by Radar, Maralee Nichols recently rushed to the court pleading for the court to stop Tristan from obtaining her private information.
Nichols claims on August 31 she was notified by the University of Houston that Thompson had served them with a subpoena demanding a rep show up for a deposition with her records. She claims her team was not notified by Thompson or his lawyers before the subpoenas were fired off.
In docs, Nichols says on September 1 she found out Thompson had fired off another subpoena to her gynecologist. She says he is demanding protected health records be handed over. Again, she says she was never notified of the subpoena.
Nichols says Thompson has no right to see her University of Houston records as it is not relevant to these paternity proceedings. She calls the request an “invasion of personal” rights.
She objects to the medical records claiming it is also an invasion of her rights. She calls the subpoena “overly broad and merely a fishing expedition for irrelevant information.”
In her motion, Maralee is asking the court to award her attorney fees for having to bring this issue in front of the judge. A hearing has been set for April.
As we previously reported, earlier this year, Maralee sued Tristan in California court demanding child support. She claims he is the father of the baby she is expected to give birth to this month.
Tristan is currently demanding a DNA test from the child and is “skeptical” that he is the biological father. After finding out about the pregnancy, Tristen allegedly sent a “threatening” message to Maralee pressuring her to get an abortion. She is also asking the court for permission to submit Snapchat messages he sent her into evidence.
He wrote, "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. So in terms of support it will be whatever is required monthly for someone who's unemployed."
Thompson has yet to publicly address the situation.