Living large. Tristan Thompson’s ex Jordan Craig called out the NBA star for spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on the KarJenners, while ignoring their son, Prince, in the process. According to new court documents, Craig says he was dropping serious cash trying to keep up with the Kardashians. She also claims he only saw Prince a total of nine times in almost two years.

During a January 28, 2019 deposition in Thompson and Craig’s child support battle, an attorney put the Cavaliers baller, 28, in the hot seat about some items in his financial report, which included a section titled “Khloé K.” His expenses reportedly included lavish meals, gifts and getaways, according to the court docs obtained by Radar. Thompson was asked about his spending habits by Craig’s lawyer, including an entry for $42,857.68 in August 2018 under the Khloé, 34, subhead.

Tristan Thompson 'Distracted' by Khloe Kardashian Drama: 'He's a Mess'
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Thompson’s detailed financial report also showed a August 24, 2018 entry labeled “Kendall Jenner, Inc” for a whopping $14,886.88, listed as a “vacation.” But that’s not all. The athlete apparently shelled out $7,980 for a birthday gift in November 2017, with the label “Kim K West.”

In the docs, Craig also noted how Thompson only saw their baby boy a hand full of times from the day Prince was born in December 2016 to November 2018. At the time, Thompson was living it up and still romantically involved with Khloé. He reportedly paid a total of $126,890.11 for dining out at hotspots, and nearly the same amount on private jets, cars, jewelry and more.

Craig also addressed how Thompson’s involvement with the reality star stressed her out so much, that she suffered “serious pregnancy complications” while carrying their son, Prince. During the January deposition, the model even mentioned how she feared that Prince would eventually be embarrassed that he wasn’t living the same lifestyle as his half-sister, True Thompson.

Thompson was previously paying Craig $15,000 per month in child support, but she reportedly argued that was much less than what she should be receiving, per California guidelines. In May, the NBA star agreed to give her $40,000 a month, and $200,000 in retroactive child support.

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