The SHOCKING Truth About Christina El Moussa's New Boyfriend

Christina El Moussa New Boyfriend
Source: AKM-GSI

Apr. 7 2017, Updated 6:49 p.m. ET

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Just months after a tumultuous divorce from Tarek El Moussa, Christina El Moussa may have already found herself tangled up in yet another mess with a new man. The Flip or Flop star's new rumored boyfriend, Nate Thompson, could be bad news. Sources reveal to that the hockey player left his former wife while she was six months pregnant with their first child. Thompson filed for divorce from Cristin Moira Thompson on February 27, 2015 — just three months before their son Teague was born on May 18.

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In court documents obtained by Radar, Thompson had asked for joint legal and physical custody of “Unborn Baby Thompson," adding that he would pay spousal support, although requesting that she pay her own attorney fees. Unsurprisingly, Cristin fired back, insisting he pay for both their lawyers seeing that she was allegedly unemployed at the time, meanwhile, Nate was raking in $133,333 per month playing for the Anaheim Ducks.

Christina El Moussa

After a judge signed off on their divorce on May 24, 2016, Nate was then ordered to pay Cristin $25,250 per month in spousal support from December 1, 2015 until September 1, 2016. Afterwards, he was ordered to pay her $184,159.55 to “equalize the division of community property," and also paid her lawyer $20,000.

Nate began dating El Moussa nearly a year after the messy split.

El Moussa's husband, Tarek, filed for divorce in January.

The duo both have bitter splits in common. Do you think Christina should continue to pursue things with Nate? Sound off in the comments!


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