Score one for Tristan Thompson.
The NBA star won a default judgment of $50,000 in his libel case against Kimberly Alexander, a woman who has accused him of fathering her 7-year-old son. TMZ, citing legal documents, show that she has to pay Tristan the five-figure judgment, as well as 10 percent interest per year until it's paid off. She also owes nearly $3,000 in court costs.
In May, Tristan filed a libel lawsuit against Kimberly requesting a $100,000 judgment for her ongoing paternity claims, and his main argument boiled down to the fact that he already took a paternity test and it came back negative. She argued that the lab had a bias and wanted another test. Her claims, Tristan argued, hurt his reputation and cost him endorsement deals.
The judge, though, ultimately settled on the $50,000 figure because Khloe Kardashian's ex didn't specifically lay out which endorsements he lost due to the allegations.
Kimberly's Tristan-linked legal issues may not be over. In late May, Kimberly posted a "screenshot" of what appeared to be direct message from Khloe. Kimberly later admitted the screenshot's were fake and doctored.
In her admission on June 1, Kimberly said on social media, "The post that I made yesterday was fake and I apologize for going about it the way I did. But I am genuinely fed up with the bogus energy and her acting like [Khloe] never sees me asking for a second test."
Khloe has threatened legal action over the fraudulent direct messages.