According to official records obtained by Radar, Jordan — who is the mother to Tristan's son Prince — bought a 3.1 million pad over the summer.
Tristan's ex runs a website called What Jordy Wore, that allows her followers to buy the same clothes she wore in Instagram posts.
Days after making her purchase, Craig posted a video on Instagram enjoying a cocktail. "Out in LA having her way," she captioned the post.
The move comes after Craig decided to leave the home she had been living in for years. Thomson's ex is still the owner of a second mansion located in a gated community about 40 minutes outside Los Angeles.
Craig and Thompson met in 2014. They ended up dating for two years. Jordan found out she was pregnant in April 2016. One month later, she claimed to have found out Thompson cheated. She decided to leave the home they shared in Cleveland and fly back to California. A couple of days later, she claims to have come across photos of Thompson with Khloé Kardashian.
In bombshell court documents obtained by Radar, Craig wrote, "Tristan insisted he would change for our family, and tried to get back together on numerous occasions." In a 2018 declaration — filed as part of their court battle over child support — Craig revealed Thompson had only seen their son a handful of times since his 2016 birth.
"I have given Tristan almost two years to step up and assume the fatherly role for our son. As set forth below in detail, he has failed to do so," she told the court. "I cannot force Tristan to be a father. I have been and will continue to be the sole caretaker of our son. It is my pleasure to care for him daily and tend to his needs."
Craig was demanding the $15k a month child support Thompson was paying be increased to allow her son to live the same lavish lifestyle as the NBA star's daughter True with Khloé.
In docs, Craig detailed the tens of thousands he dropped on the Kardashian family claiming he could throw her a little more.
She was successful in convincing a judge to increase the amount up to $40k a month.
As Radar previously reported, Craig was name-dropped by Thompson's new baby mama Maralee Nichols in her court documents. Nichols is originally from Texas but moved to California earlier this year before giving birth to Thompson's son.
Thompson tried to fight the case being heard in California claiming Nichols was only trying to score higher child support. He filed his own case demanding the dispute be heard in Texas. His case ended up being tossed because Nichols already moved and given birth in California. A judge has yet to determine how much support Thompson will pay.