Khloe Kardashian posts heartbreaking quote about 'nightmares' & 'unkind days' after ex Tristan Thompson cheated AGAIN

KHLOE Kardashian shared a cryptic quote about "nightmares" amid heartbreak over yet another Tristan Thompson cheating scandal.

Tristan is currently locked in a legal battle with his alleged baby mama Maralee Nichols.

The former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star shared the quote on her Instagram Story.

It appears to be a message to women struggling as 2021 comes to a close.

Her post contained references to "strength and survival," seemingly in a nod to all that she's been through with Tristan as of late.

The quote reads: "To the woman who believed that this year would be a year of peace and genuine love, I'm sorry that these days, weeks and months have been so unkind to you.

"I know it may not feel like it at times but you are magic, you are what happens when a dream decides to got to war with nightmares. You are a symbol of strength and survival."

Khloe's post continued: "A beautiful moment of life deciding to continue onward even through hell fire. I hope you're reading this right now, I long to reach you.

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"I hope you know that inside lives everything you've always needed and that you have always been more than enough, even when others decide to overlook you.

"I hope this next year is kinder to you. I hope you continue to fight for all that you deserve. I know it hasn't been easy but I like to think that you are stronger than you've ever been."

The post concluded with: "Thank you for reading this. Take care, r.h. Sin."

Khloe added no additional context to the post, only sharing it to her Instagram Story.


The post came after Maralee shared a photo of her newborn son, whom she claims Tristan fathered.

In the photo, she posed cradling her baby boy while the duo sported matching pajamas.

Maralee posed on a festive holiday blanket in front of a white Christmas tree.

She gazed at her son as her dog – a Pomeranian – looked on nearby.

Tristan was not featured in the photo and has not been involved in the child's life thus far.

He has not requested visitation or custody of the boy.

The NBA star also received a major snub from the Kardashian family.

He was left out of the famous family's holiday photoshoot following news of his affair.

Kim and Khloe each shared photos from their holiday celebrations on their respective Instagram Stories.

The pair marked Christmas Eve with pictures of all of their children, but did not include the fathers of their children.

The snub comes as sources say Khloe feels "embarrassed" by Tristan's most recent cheating scandal.


Tristan is currently locked in a legal face off with Maralee over paternity and child support after she gave birth on December 1.

The former fitness instructor filed a lawsuit seeking financial support from the athlete back in June.

She claimed in the filing that she and Tristan conceived the child on his birthday in March.

Khloe and Tristan were in an "exclusive" relationship at the time.

The Canada native alleged, initially, that the affair was a one-night thing, but has since confessed that he and Maralee met up several times for sex.

Tristan hasn't denied being the father of her child, but did request a paternity test.

Khloe is said to be "embarrassed" and "mortified" by her ex's behavior.

A source told The Sun: "To call Khloe upset would be an understatement.

"Khloe suspected Tristan stepped out on her during Covid but did not know that he invited other women to his home until the legal documents were released.

"She sees his place as an extension of hers, and is mortified now that she knows the mother of his new baby spent time there."

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