Looks like the end of an era.
Fans of the Kardashian Klan, along with their haters, have been clamoring for answers ever since reports of Khloe Kardashian's split with Tristan Thompson hit the web. The idea of her sister's best friend messing around with her partner caused quite the online buzz. Khloe has since reacted to the gossip, implying the veracity of the claims made by HollywoodUnlocked. Then, sources gave other publications the rundown of how Khloe and her family are currently dealing with the situation.
A source told E! News, "The whole family is writing Jordyn off." Another insider said Kylie Jenner did not want to believe her friend's betrayal and "is very torn on how to handle the situation," considering their strong bond.
Another source says Kardashian confronted Thompson about the apparent cheating. He denied any wrongdoing. "She is angry more than she is sad. And she's shocked Jordyn would do this. Of all the guys in the world, she can't fathom why Jordyn would make a decision like this," the second source explains. "Khloe is reliving the worst kind of betrayal and pain all over again."
Here's how a reporter from Hollywood Unlocked described the incident that started the whole mess. They claim to have been present at the party when Jordyn and Tristan were seen canoodling.
"Everyone was just hanging out, smoking Hookah and drinking when they were instructed to stop all use of cell phones or leave. It’s not unusual for phones to be confiscated while at the party with high-profile people. However, the vibe was chill and nobody was really checking for security until later in the night.
Once partygoers put their phones away, Kylie Jenner’s best friend Jordyn Woods arrived to the late-night kickback. Thompson and Woods were all over each other, and, it wasn’t just ‘friendly.’ They couldn’t keep their hands off of each other.
When partygoers asked to use their phone, they were told that they may as well leave if they needed to do so as Jordyn wouldn’t’ be leaving anytime soon. Jordyn didn’t leave the party until the early hours of 7am."