Tristan Thompson Living In a Hotel + Signs $10 Million Non Cheating Agreement – Details Here!
Let’s get right to the point. Tristan Thompson living in a hotel, alone, is absolutely not a good idea. Tristan Thompson living alone in a hotel after signing a first time ever alleged $10 million, non cheating agreement, is even worst and an idea that’s doomed for failure.
Khloe Kardashian, who stayed in Cleveland after after her family went back to LA, has reportedly kicked Tristan out of his lakeside Cleveland mansion where she is staying with their daughter True Thompson. Tristan therefore has reportedly moved into a hotel in Cleveland and feels its a good idea because it gives Khloe some time to think. Shortly before his move to the hotel, news broke that Khloe’s mom, Kris Jenner allegedly made Tristan sign a $10 million agreement which she hopes will prevent him from cheating on Khloe or pay the $10,000,000 if he is caught cheating. Tristan may as well pay the $10 million now because with his m.o. and as long as he’s living in that hotel room alone the stakes are high.
The contract with the Kardashian matriarch and Tristan Thompson requires him to put $10 million in a trust for True Thompson. If he violates the contract by cheating again, he is required to pay an additional $10 million into True’s account. Adding to this matter, the Cavs who’ve reportedly always felt that Tristan’s relationship with Khloe was and has always been a distraction to the team, has benched him for the playoffs. There are also speculations from NBA insiders that a potential Tristan trade deal from the Cavs is in the works. Meanwhile Tristan’s dad, Trevor Thompson, is still threatening to cash in with a tell all book revealing his son’s and the Kardashian’s secrets.
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