The woman accusing Tristan Thompson of being the father to her son has admitted to faking a direct message from Khloé Kardashian. And while she came clean about the message, the woman doubled down on her claim that the athlete is her baby daddy.
Over the weekend, Kimberly Alexander — who goes by Kim Cakery on social media— reportedly posted a photo of her alleged Instagram direct messages, making it obvious that Kardashian sent her one that read: "Listen at this point I really wa…"
A couple hours later, Kardashian's team leaked a screen recording of the reality star's iPhone, Radar reported. In the video, it was clear that Kardashian had Alexander blocked and never sent her direct messages, according to the outlet.
Shortly after, Alexander came forward and confessed that she doctored a message to make it look like Kardashian reached out to her about Thompson's alleged love child. "The post I made yesterday was fake and I apologize for going about it the way I did," she explained via her Instagram Story.
Thompson's apparent baby mama then launched an attack against the KUWTK star, alleging that the first paternity test was tampered with by the powerful reality star family before insisting the NBA star takes another DNA test. "I am genuinely fed up with the bogus energy and her acting like she never sees me asking for a second test," Alexander added of Kardashian in her statement.
"You expect me to believe that the inhome [sic] test he took was accurate?? Especially one associated with a family known for scandals and sweeping things under the rug," she continued.
"Ya mans still dipping his uncut thang in people," she added, as Alexander appeared to be directly speaking to the Good American co-founder. Alexander wrapped up her rant by calling Thompson a "scumbag womanizer which everyone knows."
Her attack on Thompson and Kardashian — who reconciled last summer — comes after the 30-year-old filed a libel suit against her for continuing to drag his name through the mud and claim he fathered her son, despite the DNA test results.
"Khloe and Tristan hired one of Hollywood’s most powerful lawyers, Marty Singer, back in May to sue this woman but the problem was they couldn’t find her," an insider previously told The Sun last year. Alexander was reportedly trying to remain under the radar after making such wild accusations against Thompson.
In the lawsuit, Singer alleged Alexander is a "wannabe social media influencer and pornographic model/performer who is so desperate to achieve her fifteen minutes of fame that she recently fabricated a false claim that NBA star/Cleveland Cavaliers center/power forward Thompson is the father of her nearly five-year-old son," per the outlet.
Singer is also busy dealing with Thompson's other legal troubles, as his other alleged fling, Sydney Chase, claimed she hooked up with the athlete multiple times after he got back together with Kardashian. Chase made the shocking allegations in April, insisting Thompson sent her dirty texts and lied to her about being single.
Singer has since sent Chase a cease and desist, calling the 23-year-old a "liar" and claiming she never had any relationship with Thompson nor did he ever send her messages.