Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson split again - reports

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  • Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson have reportedly called it quits, again.
  • The news comes after the 30-year-old was reportedly spotted entering a bedroom with three women at a party in Los Angeles.
  • Sources say: "Khloé told Tristan he lost all of her trust and the relationship could not be repaired."


Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson have reportedly split again. The couple who previously split in 2019 rekindled their romance last year amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

In the final season of the reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the pair discussed trying for a sibling for their three-year-old daughter True.

The 36-year-old recently opened up about the challenges of securing a surrogate on the Kardashians reunion hosted by Andy Cohen.

Earlier this month, Khloé sent a cease-and-desist letter to Kimberly Alexander after she falsified photos alleging the two had a conversation about Tristan fathering her son.

READ MORE | Khloé Kardashian sends cease and desist to Tristan Thompson paternity accuser

News of the split comes after the 30-year-old was reportedly spotted entering a bedroom with three women at a birthday party in Los Angeles hosted by Drake. A source confirmed to E! News that Tristan did attend the party.

Another insider told the publication that the Good American founder broke up with the basketball player over ongoing speculation of his loyalty.

The insider further shared: "They had been working through the cheating rumours for the last couple of weeks, but Khloé told Tristan he lost all of her trust and the relationship could not be repaired."

According to the source, Khloé has tried but feels betrayed and will not go back to him. They are co-parenting their daughter are not romantically together.

Khloé and Tristan have yet to comment about the breakup publicly.

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