Tristan Thompson’s Way Of Making Sure His Baby Momma Didn’t Hook Up With Other Dudes Is, Um, Unconventional

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Tristan Thompson treats relationship fidelity as seriously the Terms & Conditions of a porn website. We’re talking about the dude who was dumped by the mother of his child for hooking up with her little sister’s best friend. The dude who was called out for sliding into 17-year-old British singer Yasmin Adelina’s DMs. The guy who was spotted getting handsy with two girls he invited to his very first game of this past NBA season.

For someone who evidently holds no weight on exclusivity, new reports indicate that Thompson doesn’t have the same views when the tables are turned. can exclusively report the bad news basketball player’s first baby mama, Jordan Craig, claimed he gave her more than $100,000 not to date other men — even though he was already dating Kardashian at the time!

In her January 31, 2019 child support battle deposition only obtained by Radar, Craig, 27, testified Thompson, 28, gave her $112,000 soon after she purchased her Los Angeles home in November 2017.

When asked by Thompson’s attorney, Peter Lauzon, why she thinks Thompson gave her that money. Her response, according to the deposition:

“Well, if we really want to put this on here, that was part of a bribe.”

“That he [Thompson] would help me if I wasn’t, like, dating anybody or talking to anybody, and that I would have to come see him.”

Craig claims that Thompson had only seen their son, Prince, a total of nine times in a November 1, 2018 declaration and that when she could not agree not to see other people, his interest in seeing their son vanished. Mind you, Thompson began dating Khloe Karhashian while Craig was pregnant with their son.

Lauzon countered that Craig is simply trying to “squeeze my client for more money,” and brought up the fact that she spent $16,000 to remodel Prince’s room to look like a castle and spent $20,000 on a pool because he likes to swim.

Tristan Thompson is the MVP of Baby Momma Drama.

[h/t Total Pro Sports]