Khloe Kardashian Is Dating a Private Equity Investor After Split From Tristan Thompson


Khloé Kardashian says she’s only thinking about herself after breaking up with Tristan Thompson for the second time last year, but there are rumors that the reality television star already has a new boyfriend.

A source who spoke to Page Six said that the founder of Good American is seeing a private equity investor she did meet through her sister Kim Kardashian.

A few weeks ago, they met at a dinner party and got along right away. People also announced the story on Monday, with an insider explaining that while their relationship is “still in its infancy,” she’s “feeling really good” about it.

They also said that, despite the pictures of Khloé and her ex-husband Thompson walking together after their daughter True’s dance recital over the weekend, the two actually rarely talk unless it’s about co-parenting issues.

Even though there is a lot of evidence that she is in a new relationship, Khloé says she is still happy being single for now.

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

On Friday, she replied to an Instagram post on the Kardashian Social account that talked about a Deuxmoi rumor that said she was dating “another NBA player.” “Absolutely NOT TRUE!!!” said the reality star. I love you! Thank you for your kind wishes, but I don’t see anyone. I’m glad to have some time to focus on my daughter and myself.”

Maralee Nichols, Thompson’s personal trainer, sued him for child support in December. She said that their months-long s*xual relationship led to the birth of a baby kid called Theo, who was born earlier in the month.

The basketball player’s cheating and paternity issues were also talked about on the season finale of Hulu’s The Kardashians. Khloé said last week at a Disney FYC screening and Q& event, “After seeing those things play out on screen, “It’s not easy, but I also think of it as a kind of therapy for me. I also like to see how my other family members react to things.

These little things mean a lot to me, and I like to see how, not just in this situation, but in any situation, the whole family comes together to help each other out.”

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