Maralee Nichols Revealed Her Son’s Name With Tristan Thompson

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Maralee Nichols Shares With The Public Her Son’s Name. Tristan Thompson’s rumored girlfriend who later filed a paternity suit against Tristan recently gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, and now she revealed her son’s name to us.

Miralee Nicolas is a fitness model in the American Industry, she is thirty-one years old and has been in rumors with Tristan for a while now.

The baby Thompson has become the talk of the town since Miralee Nicolas gave birth to him on December one last year, he’s got looks like his father and initial of his father.

Throughout the chaos the baby boy’s name was revealed ‘Theo’, he got his father’s surname, which makes him ‘Theo Thompson. Rumors have that he was in an affair with Miralee while in a relationship with Khloe Kardashian, and then he got the news of Miralee Nicolas being pregnant.

Maralee Nichols and Tristan Thompson  Son’s Name

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Tristan Thompson is an NBA player and plays for Chicago Bulls, he is not only the father of Theo but he has already two kids.

He has a son who is 5 years old with Jordan Craig and a daughter who is 3 years old with Reality Star Khloe Kardashian. The thirty-one-year-old model who filed a lawsuit against Tristan Thompson was found stating that he was insisting Miralee for an abortion, he also offered her a huge about her to shut her mouth but she didn’t listen.

When this news came out Tristan denied the statement, now we do not know whether it was true or just a rumor, but right now Miralee Nicolas’ main focus is on her son Theo. Theo Thompson will be soon three months old on March 1.

Miralee Nicolas has been called a gold digger throughout the scandal by some fans of the basketball player, but she is saying that none of this is her concern she just wants to focus on a happy life.

Baby Theo’s mom has been in the real estate business after the whole issue, she is trying to move on. Let’s see what happens next.

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