Tristan Thompson is Trying to Legal Silence the Woman Who Claims She Had an Affair With Him


If you want to stop people from talking about something, the best thing you can do is get your lawyers involved and start suing people. It absolutely never fails.

Page Six reports Tristan Thompson is sending out cease-and-desist orders to keep people from talking about Sydney Chase’s allegation that she and the basketball player had a fling.

Adam John Grandmaison, host of the “No Jumper” podcast, told Page Six on Tuesday that he erased the initial video because of the cease-and-desist he received from Thompson’s attorney, Marty Singer.

“Yeah, we got a cease-and-desist and deleted it,” Grandmaison shared. “Honestly, I wouldn’t have posted it in the first place if I knew it was going to mess up a relationship.”

Who could have possibly seen that accusations of someone cheating on their partner could cause a problem with that person’s relationships?

“You recklessly allowed Ms. Chase to make outlandish false statements about my client on the podcast without seeking to verify her claims in any way,” the letter continues.

“No Jumper” since has reuploaded the video but edited out the portion in which Chase makes her claims about Thompson’s “peek-a-boo d–k.”

Thompson’s attorney also accused Chase of fabricating tweets from Thompson and using the publicity to further her own career.

She has allegedly pitched a reality series to the Zeus Network, which features Blac Chyna, after the interview went viral.

Zeus Network didn’t immediately return Page Six’s requests for comment.

We’re also told Chase has been sharing screenshots of her increasing social media statistics as a way to secure more paid sponsorships.

You can’t really blame her, that’s exactly how Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton got famous. Plus in twenty years she can talk about how sexist it was that everyone was buying what she was selling.

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