Gone too far? Tristan Thompson called out Khloé Kardashian’s family for making his cheating scandal into a “big media thing” after he was spotted cozying up to Jordyn Woods back in February. During a new episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians which aired this Sunday, September 22, Khloé told her sister Kim Kardashian about the NBA baller’s comments.

“I had therapy with Tristan on Saturday. I desire to have a good coexisting relationship with him, but I can’t see myself ever being able to trust him,” the reality star, 35, told her famous sibling, before revealing how he reacted to the drama. “He said, ‘I know you and your family made this a big media thing.’ I’m like, ‘Would you think I would want this out there?!'”

Kim, 38, was shocked by Tristan’s remarks and fired back. “Not in a million years would you have wanted this public,” she responded. The Good American founder added, “At the end of the day, it’s already out there. If Tristan was gonna cheat, he was gonna cheat, it was gonna be public at some point. I’m so offended it had to be with her.”

Tristan Thompson Khloe Used Cheating Scandal PR Stunt

As viewers may recall, the Cleveland Cavaliers athlete was spotted partying with Kylie Jenner’s BFF earlier this year, and the fallout not only impacted his family, but Kylie’s friendship with Jordyn as well.

On the latest episode of KUWTK, Khloe receives a text message from Jordyn in hopes of meeting up to chat about the ordeal, however the mother of one was skeptical and addressed how she felt like she could never let Jordyn back into her life again.

Kylie, 22, also shared her thoughts about her longtime friend, discussing how they used to be closer than ever. “I feel like this whole situation needed to happen for a reason for me, for her, for you, for everybody,” the cosmetics mogul explained.

“She was my security blanket. She lived with me,” Kylie added. “We did everything together and I feel like there’s a part of me that needed to grow without her. Sometimes people are there for certain reasons at certain times in your life and then they’re not there for others. Obviously I love her. Right now she’s kind of doing her thing. I’m doing my thing.”

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