Tristan Thompson Granted Guardianship Over 16-year-old Brother

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The Cleveland Cavaliers’ Tristan Thompson now has temporary guardianship over his younger brother Amari Thompson after his mother, Andrea’s, untimely death in January.

He requested the guardianship and the California Supreme Court officially granted it on September 21, 2023. Tristan will also be managing his mother’s inheritance on his brother’s behalf.

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Khloe and Tristan first started dating in 2016 and had a tumultuous relationship filled with cheating on Tristan’s side several times over the five years they were together. The couple welcomed two children together, True and Tatum. Both pregnancies were overshadowed by evidence of Tristan cheating on her were revealed.

Although their relationship was riddled with scandal, Kardashian fans find Khloe’s decision to still be in contact with Tristan is embarrassing. Nevertheless, the two continue to co-parent and be friends, she also said on The Kardashaians regarding her giving personality, “I’m grateful I’m strong enough and brave enough to be a support system for someone else who has no other support system right now,” she added. “You don’t have to treat me right for me to treat you right. It’s not the way I was raised.”

However, Khloe’s ride-or-die attitude shouldn’t be a surprise to anybody as she has been known to be the most caring of the Kardashian sisters, constantly taking children and adults under her wing, from her brother Rob and his daughter, Dream, to still be best friends with her sister, Kourtney’s ex.

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