Tristan Thompson Will Likely Have To Pay Around $34K/Month In Child Support To Personal Trainer

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Tristan Thompson Will Likely Have To Pay Around $34K/Month In Child Support To Personal Trainer


While the relationship between Tristan Thompson and Khloe Kardashian is a long story of its own, But even after their relationship Thompson hasn’t stopped producing headlines when it comes to his flings or relationship with other women.

The big man veteran is currently facing paternity suit from his personal trainer Maralee Nichols, who is suing Thompson for child support.

And Thompson didn’t have any nice words about Nichols and his alleged child the other week. 

But this past Monday, Thompson got the results of his paternity test back and it turns out that he indeed is the father of the child. 

Following these results, he also did a complete 180 and apologized for his previous words, while also saying that he’s looking forward to raising his son. 

New York marriage lawyer Morghan Leia Richardson now told HollywoodLife, that Tristan will have to pay up until the newborn turns 18, and that the amount will very likely be pretty high.


“In looking at a support award, the court will review both parents’ monthly incomes, and the amount of time that the child spends with each parent. All income, including money/wages, tips, commissions, bonuses, unemployment benefits, interest income, dividend income, rental income, insurance payouts – all of it is fair game for calculating child support. One argument for a larger award would be to ensure that the child has the same or similar lifestyle in both homes…

…Reports show that his income is about $10M/year so based on that number, and the report that he’s paying $40k per month for his son, when I run the calculator, I get an estimate of $34k per month.”


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