Khloé Kardashian went on social media to answer fans who accused her of having a relationship with her family after her decision to spend Thanksgiving in Cleveland, Ohio.
The 34-year-old star of reality chose not to join her family for her annual California celebrations and, instead, spent the holidays at home with her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, 27, and her 7-month-old daughter, True Thompson.
But even though they played with happy families, many began to wonder if they had quarreled with the Kardashians who were all together in the house of Kris Jenner.
Eager to clarify things about her decision, the star of reality launched herself on Twitter to assure everyone that her relationship with her family was fine.
She wrote: "You are coming now, I have spent the last 3 years in Cleveland for Thanksgiving, I am not sure why people are trying to create drama between my family and I. My sisters and I are perfectly fine thank you!"
She explained: "All their families could travel, but TT was in season, he can not."
The new mom left her admirers impressed by the kitchen of her house while she shared photos of a splendid Thanksgiving spread, which included fruit and bread dishes, among other things, in her Instagram stories.
However, the attention quickly turned to his most sincere snapshots with his adorable baby and the 27-year-old NBA star as they posed for a family photo to celebrate the party together.
It was revealed that Thompson had cheated Khloé while she was pregnant with her daughter.
With the scenes currently being broadcast this season of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," the new mom has spoken openly about her decision to allow Tristan to enter the delivery room when she gave birth.
She explained: "Despite what Tristan did to me, I was never going to take that moment away from True or Tristan. She should not be punished for her actions. He is his father and they both deserve to love each other as deeply as possible. "
Earlier this week, Kim Kardashian, 38, revealed during a conversation with Ellen Degeneres that it had been uncomfortable for her sister and for the rest of the family to relive a difficult time in their lives.
She said: "It's uncomfortable, especially for Tristan, who is not used to this."
"Unfortunately, that is what is happening in our lives, six months later it is repeated, and they have surpassed what they needed to pass, and it is repeated in front of everyone, and everyone is sharing their opinions once again, and we are tweeting in I live, and everyone is intervening. "
But, Kim explained that there are positive aspects to be taken from the experience.
She said: "That's hard for Khloé and I'm sure for Tristan, but it's our reality, and we've learned to use it as therapy, just to get it out for the last time with everyone else." "