Tristan Thompson’s infant mother, Marlee Nichols, displayed her post-baby body in spandex after she clapped, saying “gold digger.”
Critics have accused the fitness coach of receiving $ 40K a month in child support from the basketball star, but more.
Marali showed off her crooked figure on her Instagram Stories, just weeks after she gave birth to the couple’s baby boy.
The 31-year-old showed off her toned abs in a mirror clip rocking sports bra, leggings and sneakers while working out at the gym.
She covered her face with her phone for a side view of her body flowing down her back with her brunette hair.
He proudly captioned the shot: “6 weeks postpartum”
Earlier this week, Maralee – who recently moved from California to Texas – slammed fans’ claims that the move was prompted by a large monetary payment from Tristan.
According to the reality blurb, Tristan’s lawyers noticed a sudden change in Marlee’s residence, saying she should file her paternity lawsuit in Texas where she conceived the baby.
Commentators commented on Instagram that their new California address is an attempt to get more money from an athlete in court.
One person posed the question: “Do I smell the Gold Digger? [sic] Here ?, “prompting applause again:” I’m not a gold digger. I don’t live in Texas and I don’t have to. “
Although Khloe had an affair with Kardashian at the time, her hook-up with Tristan was challenged by a second person, in which she responded: “I met him at a party at his home in 2020. I didn’t know he was with her. He said he was alone.
He added that Chloe had “never been to any of her parties.”
Amidst fan comments, Marali recently listed her $ 900K Houston, Texas condo for sale, making it clear that her relocation to California is permanent.
After sharing the news of Radar Online’s sale on social media, Maralee called to defend herself from the backlash: “It’s my proprietary investment property. Yes, I’m selling it. It’s rented and currently. I don’t live in it.”
Tristan’s baby mama has no problem with the money section, as the Cleveland Cavaliers reported last week that she would have to pay $ 40K a month for alum child support.
New York marriage lawyer Morgan Lia Richardson said Hollywood Life would have to pay Tristan’s newborn until she was 18 years old.
“When looking at the support award, the court will review the parent’s monthly income and the amount of time the child spends with each parent,” the lawyer said. “All income, including money / wages, tips, commissions, bonuses, unemployment benefits, interest income, dividend income, rental income, insurance payments – all of this is fair game for calculating child support.
“For awards that earn parties high income, such as Tristan, the court will plug the numbers into the support calculator, but consider several other factors.
“One argument for the big award is to make sure the child has the same or similar lifestyle in both homes.”
Tristan is the father of two other children: True, three, he shares with Chloe, and Prince, five, with his former Jordan Craig.
But since Tristan is already throwing out child support, don’t expect a new kid to get more each month.
In fact the opposite can happen.
According to Morgan: “Generally when a parent is already paying support for another child, that amount reduces the amount of income available to pay support for later children.
“Since Tristan is paying support for other children, it is a factor in calculating how much support he will pay for this child.
“Reports show that their income is about $ 10 million, so based on that number, they are paying their son $ 40k a month. When I run a calculator, I get an estimate of $ 34k a month.”
After the couple fought in court, on Dec. 1, Marilyn gave birth to Tristan’s baby, a male.
A former fitness instructor sued a Canadian sports star for financial support.
She claimed in her legal filing that she and Tristan conceived the baby on her birthday in March.
In his latest slip-up, the basketball player initially claimed his relationship with Marlee was a one-night hookup.
However, he later admitted in legal documents that he had met several times for sex.
Tristan has one way to pay off every month: quit the NBA.
Attorney Morgan says: “The athletes have a limited career and they have three young children to support.
“I think everyone involved is raising money for the kids. If he’s injured or can’t play anymore, he can get a support cut at some point.”