Tristan Thompson isn't exactly a model father to his newest son, according to the boy's mother.
Last month, Khloe Kardashian's ex admitted to fathering a child — born Dec. 1 — with Maralee Nichols. Since then, he has made no effort to financially support or even meet his 2-month-old boy, Maralee's rep said in a statement.
"Despite news reports stating otherwise, Tristan Thompson has done nothing to support his son," the rep said. "He has not made any attempt to meet their son nor has he provided any financial assistance."
The NBA player has three children with three different women. According to reports, he impregnated Maralee while he was still dating Khloe exclusively, and the timeline of the baby's birth seems to match the accusation.
After Maralee filed a paternity lawsuit in early December, Tristan claimed the child wasn't his but admitted to hooking up with the former personal trainer before. He initially claimed they was intimate once (on his 30th birthday) but she insisted the duo hooked up many times in multiple states. In court documents, he said they had consensual casual sex for a few months.
Alleged text messages appear to show Tristan urging Maralee to get an abortion while contending that he "won't be involved" in the child's life. TMZ reported that Tristan also offered her $75,000 to stay quiet about the pregnancy and child.
After DNA confirmed that Tristan is the father of Maralee's newborn, he publicly apologized to the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star.
"Khloe, you don't deserve this," he wrote on Instagram. "You don't deserve the heartache and humiliation I have caused you. You don't deserve the way I have treated you over the years."
Khloe split with Tristan this past summer.
Page Six notes that Tristan could be paying up to $40,000 in child support to each of his baby mamas: Khloe, Maralee and Jordan Craig.