Tristan Thompson's Dad Claims Broken Home Is To Blame For Him Cheating On Khloé!

Tristan Thompson has had a whirlwind week that began with a leaked video of him cheating on his girlfriend and baby mama Khloé Kardashian at a nightclub in New York City. Now, Tristan’s father Trevor is speaking out about how their broken home is to blame for his affairs and for him leaving his ex Jordan Craig for Khloé when she was still pregnant with their first child, 16-month-old son Prince Oliver.

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Trevor names their lack of communication as a major factor in the NBA star's downward spiral, which began long before Khloé's pregnancy. "Everyone is talking about Tristan and Jordan… Tristan needs to communicate with his father so he can be a better person to me and to others,” Trevor said. “If Tristan was communicating with me, these problems would not happen. Mothers can’t get through to the son the way the father would be able to."

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Just days after the news broke of Tristan's affairs, Khloé went into labor and gave birth to their first child in Cleveland, where reports say that he was by her side at the hospital. Far from being a one-time cheater, Tristan has been linked to several women during his time with Khloé.  

Nonetheless, Khloé has not only decided to stay with Tristan, but she's forgiven him, blaming the whole situation on "stupid groupies." However, while Khloé may be willing to put all of their problems in the past, the current stories about the 27-year-old's infidelity may only be the tip of the iceberg. Trevor claims there is even more to the story, which he is considering revealing in a tell-all book. 

“This is TRISTAN’S problem,” Trevor insisted. Still, whether or not the baller will step up and take responsibility remains to be seen  most likely on a very special episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians

Do you think Trevor can get Tristan to stop cheating? Sound off in the comments. 


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