Scott Disick sends Khloé Kardashian flowers amid Tristan Thompson paternity drama

That was lordly of him.

Khloé Kardashian received a stunning bouquet of flowers from Scott Disick this weekend amid allegations her ex Tristan Thompson recently welcomed a third child.

“I love you @letthelordbewithyou thank you,” the Good American founder captioned an Instagram photo of a pretty array of pastel roses on Sunday.

Disick, 38, has been close friends with Kardashian, 37, for more than a decade, having dated her big sis Kourtney on and off for years.

His sweet delivery came amid the news that personal trainer Maralee Nichols, who is suing Thompson, 30, for child support, gave birth to a baby boy.

“Things feel very hard right now but I know eventually, this will all be over and my baby boy and I can live a happy life,” she captioned a since-deleted Instagram photo announcing the birth.

“I made a mistake, but I’m human. I won’t be posting any personal photos for a while as I don’t want to hurt my family. Thanks in advance for understanding.”

Thompson, who shares daughter True, 3, with Kardashian and son Prince, 4, with ex Jordan Craig, allegedly conceived the baby with Nichols on his 30th birthday in March. He was still dating Kardashian at the time.

Court documents obtained by Page Six revealed that Nichols is claiming Thompson wanted her to get an abortion. 

“It is also apparent from the context and substance of these communications that they are from Tristan to Maralee, which reflects that Tristan is addressing the parties’ relationship, and even with respect to her pregnancy insisting that she get an abortion and threatening that she will get next to nothing with lesser support requirements in Texas,” the documents read.

In a declaration, the basketball player admitted to having sexual intercourse with Nichols multiple times at a hotel after they attended a party together. 

He then filed a request that she obtain a paternity test, which she had not taken by November. However, Thompson said in a subsequent filing that he would pay child support if he was indeed the father.

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