The new mother and Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is reportedly taking care of her baby by herself. She allegedly kicked her boyfriend out of their Ohio home.
Khloe Kardashian recently welcomed her baby girl with her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson. Reports claimed that since the news that Thompson had cheated on her broke out, she had been alone with the baby in their lakefront mansion in Ohio.
People revealed that Thompson was kicked out by the reality star a week after he was caught cheating.
As for Thompson’s whereabouts, he has been staying in an apartment near Cleveland.
Kris Jenner, Kardashian’s mother, and her sisters, Kim and Kourtney, flew to Ohio to visit her and the baby, as well as to be her support system in this trying time.
Malika Haqq, Kardashian’s longtime best friend, is supposedly staying with her to help.
The 33-year-old previously announced that her baby is named True Thompson. Many have pointed out that Kardashian still opted to have the baby carry her boyfriend’s last name despite the infidelity scandal.
Perhaps Kardashian has the intention to forgive Thompson as he has been “remorseful,” according to Us Weekly.
Thompson was allowed by Kardashian to be present inside the delivery room when she gave birth to baby True on April 12, 2018.
No reports have stated that Thompson has seen the baby after her birth or if he is allowed to visit his newborn child.
A source suggested that Kardashian wants to spend some time bonding with her new baby, which is why she opted to stay in Cleveland.
In addition, she reportedly wants Thompson to spend time with her daughter.
“All this woman ever wanted was a baby. She's trying to not let this pain and humiliation overshadow the most incredible moment of her life,” a friend of Kardashian said.
As for Kardashian and Thompson’s relationship, a few media outlets claimed that she is still yet to decide if she wants him back or not, but Us Weekly proclaimed that the reality star is willing to forgive the basketball player.
Kardashian is yet to speak out about the issue.