Tristan Thompson 'baby mama' Kimberly Alexander slapped with libel suit after server tracked her to Hollywood 'hideout'

TRISTAN Thompson finally tracked down model Kimberly Alexander, who claims to be his baby mama, and served her with libel papers at her "Hollywood hideout" after investigators spent weeks looking for her.

Kimberly Alexander has accused NBA star Tristan Thompson, who shares a daughter with Khloe Kardashian, of fathering her little boy.

The 29-year-old Cleveland Cavaliers player insisted a DNA test determined he was not the father.

But after Thompson filed a libel lawsuit in May, servers were unable to find Kimberly until now, after they traced her to an apartment block in North Hollywood on Sunday following a series of social media posts.

Despite trying to stay under the radar, Kimberly posted about her favorite restaurant just two minutes drive away from her apartment building and posted how she had started a hiking tour guide service in Hollywood.

“Khloe and Tristan hired one of Hollywood’s most powerful lawyers, Marty Singer, back in May to sue this woman but the problem was they couldn’t find her,” a source told The Sun.

“She had been living in Miami, Florida for years but then she moved and left no forwarding address.

“But then she posted that she was starting up a service as a hiking tour guide and posted pictures of trails. Investigators recognized one of them. It was in Hollywood.

“They went door to door in the area and found her apartment building.

"She walked by Marty’s process server and he ran up behind her and she said, ‘I’m not taking any papers.’ So he knew it was her and she was served.’”

The lawsuit alleges that she is a "wannabe social media influencer and pornographic model/performer who is so desperate to achieve her fifteen minutes of fame that she recently fabricated a false claim that NBA star/Cleveland Cavaliers center/power forward Thompson is the father of her nearly five-year-old son."

It adds: “Such statements are absolutely false and are defamatory per se. To quote Michael Jackson, 'the kid is not [his] son.'"

The documents further claim that Tristan chose to "voluntarily" submit a DNA test to "definitely determine the child's paternity," despite believing he was not the father of her child.

The lawsuit, filed on May 18 in Los Angeles Superior court, goes on: "Instead of accepting the DNA results and moving on, Alexander turned to social media where she posted on Instagram a copy of the private and confidential DNA report along with the following statements:

"'I am extremely upset with LB genetic DNA testing with the fact that they are trying to sabotage a DNA test with Tristan [sic] Thompson regarding my son that he has been neglecting since birth I know for sure that Tristan Thompson is the father of my child.'"

News first broke on May 14 that the Cleveland basketball player had taken a paternity test after a woman claimed he was the father of her son.

Khloe and Tristan then sent a cease and desist letter to Kimberly, asking her to "immediately stop defaming them with malicious defamatory lies and specious fabrications."

In the letter obtained by E!, the lawyer confirmed that Tristan did take the paternity test, which confirmed he was not the baby's father.

Before the cease and desist letter, Tristan prepped Khloe for what was about to happen and revealed to her that he had indeed "had sex" with Kimberly, but that it had happened long before they were a couple, People reported.

Sources close to the NBA player reportedly told TMZ that "he had a one-night stand with the woman sometime during his rookie season in 2011-2012."


Kimberly still insists Tristan is her son's father, even posting a side by side picture of the basketball star and the little boy to prove how similar they look.

The Sun reached out to Kimberly for comment on Monday.

Shortly afterwards she admitted on a post on Instagram that she was served yesterday.








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