Tristan Thompson’s alleged fling claims she by no means received a cease-and-desist from his lawyer, however emails obtained by Web page Six reveal a special story.
A supply near the scandal involving Thompson and Instagram mannequin Sydney Chase confirmed Web page Six the emails that Thompson’s lawyer despatched to e mail addresses believed to belong to Chase — together with the one publicly listed on her Instagram profile. The letters had been despatched on Friday and once more on Tuesday, we’re instructed, in response to Chase publicly divulging the small print of their alleged tryst.
Chase vehemently denied receiving a authorized letter.
“I didn’t obtain something,” Chase solely instructed Web page Six. “I didn’t obtain something as a result of I’m telling the reality.”
Chase then doubled down by way of her Instagram Story, writing, “I’ve not received a stop & desist from anybody. The articles are giving false info. Let this be a lesson to not let anybody irrespective of the cash or fame they’ve, to close you down or tarnish your identify.”
As Web page Six solely reported, the Boston Celtics participant’s lawyer, Marty Singer, despatched cease-and-desists to the “No Jumper” podcast, the place Chase first made her claims that she slept with Thompson after he had reunited with girlfriend Khloé Kardashian, and to Chase.
“It’s apparent that you’re a liar,” the strongly worded letter, obtained by Web page Six, to Chase reads. “… Your declare that you simply had a relationship with Mr. Thompson is pure fiction. The purported texts you declare exist are equally fictitious, and so they put phrases in my shopper’s mouth that he by no means mentioned which might be opposite to his ideas and emotions. That is defamatory.”
The letter additionally demanded Chase present any texts she allegedly received from 30-year-old Thompson for overview, as texts may be “manipulated and faked.”
When requested by Web page Six to see the alleged texts between her and Thompson, Chase didn’t reply.