#Roommates, Instagram model Sydney Chase recently caused an online uproar when she alleged that she had a previous relationship with Tristan Thompson, that was as recent a just a few weeks ago—now Tristan is taking legal action against her claims. According to recent reports, Tristan Thompson has formally filed a letter of cease and desist against Sydney Chase in an effort to stop her from continuing to speak about their alleged relationship.
@PageSix reports, Tristan Thompson has apparently had enough of Sydney Chase’s allegations that the two had an intimate relationship that only ended a few weeks ago around his daughter True Thompson’s birthday on April 12th. Tristan has officially served Sydney with a cease and desist—although she ha’s reportedly not responded to the legal document. Tristan wasn’t done however, as he also served Adam John Grandmaison, host of the “No Jumper” podcast, the same cease and desist letter, which was confirmed by Tristan’s attorney Marty Singer.
Meanwhile getting back to Sydney, in addition to reportedly being furious regarding her claims of their alleged relationship, Tristan also sent the cease and desist to stop Sydney from cashing in on the situation. According to inside sources, she is reportedly shopping a reality series with Zeus network and is intent on utilizing her “15 minutes of fame.”
As for Khloe Kardashian, Sydney shared that she reached out to her and asked to have a private conversation about her alleged relationship with Tristan—however, Sydney instead shared the screenshots of their conversation on social media.
You’ll recall that Tristan Thompson has repeatedly been involved in a number of cheating scandals since he began dating Khloe Kardashian, specifically before she became pregnant and most infamously his hook-up with Kylie Jenner’s former bestie Jordyn Woods. Currently, the two have seemingly reconciled and are actively pursuing having another child together despite his cheating indiscretions.
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