Ball’s again in your courtroom, Syd.
Tristan Thompson’s lawyer, Marty Singer, despatched a letter to Thompson’s alleged fling, Sydney Chase, in response to her claims this week that she “won’t be called a liar” within the ongoing scandal.
“You have stated to the media that ‘I will not be called a liar,’” Singer’s assertion, obtained by Page Six, begins. “You declare that your statements about supposedly receiving texts from my consumer are true. You additionally had been studying and quoting from these fictitious texts. You declare that these texts you allegedly obtained show you had an affair with my consumer.
“However, notwithstanding continued requests from me and from the press to provide the texts to back up your specious accusations, you have refused to do so. On three separate occasions including my email today, we have asked you to give us copies of the texts you claim you received from my client, but you have refused.”
Singer’s missive continues, “Articles published by multiple media outlets state that they also asked you for copies of the purported texts to prove their existence. While you claim that your statements about the texts are not false, you persistently refuse to provide evidence that they exist and allegedly support your claims … The inescapable conclusion is that they do not exist.” (All italics are Singer’s.)
Singer additionally claims that Chase’s public statements are contra the precise timeline of his involvement within the case.
“Before I sent my first legal demand, you told the media that you could not show them the alleged texts from my client because you falsely stated that you were dealing with Mr. Thompson’s lawyer — something that had not yet occurred. Then, after I sent you my legal demand on April 30, you made the inconsistent (and false) claim that you had not received my legal demand letter. You admitted that you received my letter at your valid email address only after being confronted with proof.”
“So that it is clear, before I communicated with you, you falsely claimed you were supposedly dealing with Mr. Thompson’s lawyer and therefore could not show the texts. Then you claimed that you had not received my April 30 demand letter by email despite later acknowledging that the email address we used is yours — an address that includes your birth year, is identified as yours via LexisNexis, and an address that from which my emails did not bounce back.” (Page Six has omitted Chase’s e-mail handle from Singer’s assertion.)
“You keep changing the purported ‘facts’ to fit your story,” the assertion winds down. “We again demand that you stop defaming Mr. Thompson with defamatory falsehoods. If you persist in this wrongful conduct, you will continue to be exposed to significant liability.”
Instagram model Chase lastly confirmed she obtained Thompson’s cease-and-desist letter earlier this week, although she ended that specific assertion by saying, “I’m moving forward with the truth & am choosing not to comply. I will not be called a liar.”
Pressed by Page Six about if she certainly had the purported proof of the alleged affair with Thompson, Chase stated, “Yes, I obviously do but this is now a legal matter that lawyers will handle.”
Chase and the “No Jumper” podcast on which Chase claimed she slept with the Boston Celtics player — whereas he was again along with Khloé Kardashian — each obtained the unique cease-and-desist. The podcast has since eliminated the phase.
Chase has additionally claimed that both Thompson and Kardashian have messaged her privately since her bombshell interview.
Either manner, she’s benefiting from her time within the highlight. Page Six also reported this week that she’s set to “host” a night on the Las Vegas Hustler Club on Friday, has arrange a pay-to-view OnlyFans account and is even purchasing a actuality present.