When is Tristan Thompson's third baby due?

TRISTAN Thompson had a third child with a different woman.

He confirmed on January 3, 2022, that paternity test results showed he fathered a child with Maralee Nichols and apologized to Khloe Kardashian.

When is Tristan Thompson's third baby due?

NBA star, Tristan Thompson, is set to welcome his third baby on December 3, 2021, according to sources.

The mother of his third child, Maralee Nichols, is allegedly suing him for child support.

She also alleged that she conceived the child with Tristan while he was in a relationship with Khloe.

Tristan addressed the rumors on Monday, January 3 on his Instagram.

"Today, paternity test results reveal that I fathered a child with Maralee Nichols," he wrote.

"I take full responsibility for my actions. Now that paternity has been established I look forward to amicably raising our son.

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"I sincerely apologize to everyone I've hurt or disappointed throughout this ordeal both publicly and privately," the NBA player continued.

He then addressed Khloe in his statement.

"Khloe, you don't deserve this. You don't deserve the heartache and humiliation I have caused you.

"You don't deserve the way I have you over the years. My actions certainly have not lined up with the way I view you.

"I have the utmost respect and love for you. Regardless of what you may think. Again, I am so incredibly sorry," he concluded.

Earlier in December 2021, the news broke that Maralee welcomed a son after she claimed to have had an affair with Tristan.

When did he get involved with Maralee?

Tristan acknowledged that he had had sex with Maralee at a hotel after they attended his Bel-Air party together, according to court documents.

According to court documents, Tristan spoke on the relationship, saying: "When we got to my hotel room, we immediately had sexual intercourse.

"Petitioner [Maralee] initiated our sexual contact and never objected to our having sexual intercourse.

"She was very awake and conscious and did not exhibit any signs that she was other than a willing participant in our sexual activities."

The basketball player further made statements claiming that Maralee was not inebriated when they had sex.

He was quoted as saying: "We did not drink at my hotel room and Petitioner was not drunk. After we had sexual intercourse, Petitioner specifically asked me if she could spend the night because it was my 'special birthday' as she called it."

Who is Maralee Nichols?

Maralee is known to be a personal trainer by profession hailing from Texas.

Her lawsuit states that she is suing Tristan for child support, as well as reimbursement for medical expenses and other pregnancy-related expenses.

In her lawsuit, she has also requested funds to cater for expenses related to their son's care after his birth.

Despite Maralee's claims, Tristan has requested a paternity test after the child's birth, to be able to take full responsibility for the child's expenses.

What did Maralee Nichols say about her relationship with Tristan Thompson?

Tristan's paternity case against Nichols was rejected in a Houston court on Thursday, December 16, according to E! News.

It was a court victory for Nichols, who claimed in a separate Los Angeles lawsuit that the basketball player was the father of her newborn son, who she welcomed earlier this month.

Maralee exclusively told E!: "Over the past couple of weeks, many inaccurate and false stories have been circulated about me. I have not at any point released—nor have I directed anyone else to release—any information regarding Tristan Thompson or any litigation involving him. I have never spoken to any media outlet, nor have I leaked any information to anyone at any time. I am providing this statement because I feel I must defend my character."

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