Blake Griffin Denies Ex’s Claims He Ditched Her to Be with Kendall Jenner

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Blake Griffins ex and baby mama Brynn Cameron recently sued him for palimony, which is basically alimony for people who were cohabitants but not married. In the lawsuit, the blonde claims that she and the 28-year-old made an oral agreement in 2013 where he “promised explicitly that, whatever the future might hold, he would take care of [her] financially and provide her a home for the rest of her life.”

But just a month before the pair was set to get married in July 2017, he allegedly asked her to sign a prenup. She refused, stating that this went against their previous agreement and he called off the wedding a week before it was supposed to happen. He then “immediately embarked on a high-profile affair with [Kendall Jenner]. The next weekend, on what would have been his wedding day, he was partying in Vegas.”

Brynn is reportedly trying to get millions from Blake, as she can’t currently support herself and her children and became homeless when he moved to Detroit to play for the Pistons.

“While Griffin is continuing to earn millions from his NBA and endorsement deals, Cameron and their children are homeless and cash-strapped,” the suit states. “In Griffin’s absence, Cameron’s brother has had to provide Cameron and the children with financial support.”

The NBA star released a statement to People magazine denying his ex’s claims.

“I understand from reports in the press that Brynn Cameron has sued me, claiming that I must financially support her for the rest of her life,” he said. “Her allegations are not true, and will be addressed in court. This is a private matter, that should not be tried in the media. We have two young children together and their well-being is my concern and focus.”

Brynn’s attorney, Bryan Freedman, replied to the athlete’s statement in his own note that reads, “[The] mere concept that Blake Griffin would disregard his promises to the mother of his two children is not only legal actionable but morally reprehensible. He can play above the rim but not above the law.”

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