Khloe Kardashian is so worried about Tristan Thompson’s roving eye, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned she’s considering making the ultimate sacrifice – giving up the glitz and glamour of Hollywood forever and moving to Cleveland full-time.
"Khloe's really considering moving to Cleveland for good,” a source close to the 34-year-old reality star told Radar. “She doesn't fully trust Tristan, and thinks that if she's with him 24/7 he won't have room to cheat.”
As Radar previously reported, Kardashian is already spending big bucks on a crack security team whose main job is to snoop on her 27-year-old baby daddy and follow his every move.
Making the big move away from her family may crush her sisters, but the doting mom is serious about raising baby True, 2 months, in a two-parent household.
“She wants him to be present in True's life and not a part-time dad like he's been to his other child,” the source admitted.
A fans know, Thompson is also dad to ex Jordan Craig's son Prince, 1. Craig was pregnant with Prince when Thompson started dating Khloe in 2016.
Khloe previously spent the months before and after True's birth in Cleveland, but returned to her native Los Angeles around Mother's Day for the summer during Thompson's off-season.
Kardashian has other motives for the midwest move besides keeping her family together. Now that the former king of Cleveland, LeBron James, is headed west to play for the Los Angeles Lakers — and taking his celebrity wife with him — the basketball baby mama sees an opportunity.
“Khloe feels she can be Miss Cleveland now that LeBron's wife Savannah is out of the picture,” the source claimed. “Khloe wants to be the 'It girl' of Cleveland and have everybody in town talking about her.”
But Thompson likes his space, Radar previously reported. He is heading back to Cleveland in the coming days before his baby mama joins him.
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