According to a Kardashian insider, the 33-year-old new mom and newborn daughter True Thompson are staying in Cleveland, Ohio, with her cheating baby daddy Tristan Thompson, 27 — and has shut out her mom and sisters.
“Khloe is taking Tristan’s side. He has convinced her to stay with him and raise their baby together, and she’s agreed," the source told RadarOnline.com. "She knows her family doesn’t support this at all."
Her momager Kris Jenner and sisters, especially Kim, are not so ready to forgive and forget the infidelities, however.
“Of course everyone is worried about her, because this is not the Khloe that they know," the source continued. "Her family wants the best for her, always. But they also want her to wake the f**k up.”
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Tristan infamously cheated on Khloe with at least five different women leading up to the birth of their daughter in April.
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And though she was planning to go to Los Angeles this past weekend to spend Mother’s Day with Jenner, 62, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star chose to stay in Cleveland with True. Thompson was in Boston for the NBA playoffs with his team the Cleveland Cavaliers, but showered his baby mama with flowers and gifts, which Kardashian proudly showed off on social media.
Today, Khloe confessed to fans that her “heart belongs” to Tristan — despite his cheating.
“It’s all about who you look for in a crowded room. That’s where your heart belongs to,” she shared in a cryptic Instagram post.
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