NBA superstar is being sued by his ex for having an affair with Kendall Jenner
When it comes to the romantic lives of the Kardashians/Jenners, the famous family have quite a history between them all. Kim K is currently on her third marriage, Khloe once got hitched to someone she'd only known for a month, and Kylie Jenner's relationship with Travis Scott has come into question after her ex, Tyga, believes that baby Stormi could potentially be his.
So, when NBA star Blake Griffin started dating Kendall Jenner in October last year, it was almost certain that their relationship would turn out to be scandalous in one way or another.
And - surprise, surprise - it is, as Griffin's ex has filed a palimony lawsuit (basically a divorce lawsuit for unmarried couples) claiming that the basketballer "abandoned" his family.
Brynn Cameron, Griffin's ex, was actually supposed to become the NBA player's wife, but he left her just a week before they were due to get married in July 2017. The exact reason for their split is not clear, but it seems to have been linked to Griffin's request that Cameron sign a prenuptial agreement before their wedding - something she apparently refused to do.
Shortly after their split, Griffin was spotted in public with Kendall Jenner, and rumors began circulating that the pair were an item. When that turned out to be true, Cameron - who is the mother of Griffin's two children - was distraught.
After months of seeing her ex-fiancé with the reality star appear in news articles and paparazzi snaps, Cameron decided that his fling with Jenner was incredibly unfair on herself and their children. So she's suing him.
The lawsuit says:
"Griffin had no problem trading Brynn Cameron, his former fiancee, and the mother of his two children, for reality TV star, Kendall Jenner.
[Cameron] strengthened Griffin’s bond with his teammates and allowed the organization to see a different side of his personality rather than the hard-partying man-child Griffin had been prior to their cohabitation.
Griffin abandoned his family because he cared more about the glamour of being a Hollywood celebrity than being a father and family man."
Griffin and Cameron had been together on and off for eight years, so it does seem pretty heartless for the sports star to just up and leave (he said he "had no intention of continuing to live with her and their children") at such short notice.
What's more, the lawsuit alleges that Cameron did absolutely everything for her husband-to-be, and so he owes her in the same way that he would if the two had been legally married. It said:
"Cameron was not just the mother of Griffin's children and their caregiver, she was also a constant support for Griffin -- his personal assistant, meal planner, scheduler, stylist, publicist, party planner, nurse, nutritionist, branding expert, therapist, cheerleader, basketball and fitness consultant, and more."
The amount that Cameron is asking for has not actually been disclosed, but, considering Griffin signed a $173 million contract just a month before the pair separated, it's bound to be at least a seven-figure sum.
Cameron herself was a professional basketballer before starting a family with Griffin, and he apparently ensured her at the time that he would "take care of her financially for the rest of her life" in recompense for her doing so.
Neither Jenner nor Griffin have yet to publicly comment on the matter.