Woman who claims Tristan Thompson fathered her child admits to faking messages from Khloe Kardashian

A woman who claims Khloe Kardashian's on-again-off-again partner Tristan Thompson fathered her child has admitted to doctoring fake messages from the reality star. 

Kimberly Alexander has been on a campaign to prove Thompson is the father of her son, and recently shared a screenshot that made it look as though she and Kardashian were in conversation about the situation. 

Alexander later revealed the post she made was fake, adding: "I apologise for going about it the way I did." 

However, she then continued her attack on Kardashian, saying she was "fed up" with the influencer's "bogus energy", insisting that a previous paternity test taken by Thomspon which proved he wasn't the father was undertaken at a "Kardashian affiliated facility". 

"You expect me to believe that the in-home test he took was accurate?" Alexander wrote, going on to demand a second DNA test. 

"Especially one associated with a family known for scandals and sweeping things under the rug… Tristan Thompson is a scumbag womaniser which everyone knows." 

Woman who claims Tristan Thompson fathered her child admits to faking messages from Khloe Kardashian
Photo credit: Instagram/Kimberly Alexander

Kardashian's lawyer has reportedly responded with a cease and desist letter to Alexander, obtained by TMZ

"You put words in her mouth that she never said and that she wouldn't say. You faked the whole thing. And you have now publicly admitted it," the legal threat reads, according to the gossip website. 

The letter also dismisses Alexander's claims Thompson's paternity test was taken at a "Kardashian affiliated facility," responding "it is no such thing." 

"It is one of the most reputable labs in the country, and your own lawyers approved it and accepted the test results."

This is reportedly the second cease and desist letter Kardashian has sent to Alexander, and Thompson allegedly sued the paternity accuser for libel in 2021, filing for a default judgment that would see her pay him US$100k in damages plus additional costs for hurting his reputation.