Tristan Thompson has reportedly been seen heading into a bedroom with three women during a Bel Air house party.
The 30-year-old NBA star was attending a birthday party at the property and was allegedly seen coming out of the room 30 minutes later looking “disheveled”.
The allegations have come amid claims that his relationship with Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Khloe Kardashian had finished a few weeks earlier.
DailyMail.com has reported that sources at the party said that Tristan headed to the bar after arriving just after midnight.
They said that the basketball star was swigging Moet Champagne while downing Deleon tequila shots.
It has been claimed that after a couple of hours, he was seen heading to a bedroom with three women and a male friend.
Tristan then reportedly emerged again 30 minutes later, looking a “mess” before heading back to the bar.
One of the women who allegedly went with Tristan is thought to have posted photos of herself at the party on Friday night, including some questionable ‘cigarettes’ which were given to guests.
The birthday bash was in celebration of security guard Nessel ‘Chubbs’ Beezer’s birthday and other guests included Drake, P Diddy, Rae Sremmurd singer Swae Lee and R&B star Chris Brown.
The source told DailyMail.com: “Tristan came in after midnight and shook a bunch of guy’s hands. He was wishing Chubbs Happy Birthday.
“He immediately beelined to the bar where there were tons of girls; we could hear him yelling let’s do shots!”
The insider added: “A couple of hours later, Tristan took off into one of the party rooms where everyone goes to hook up.
“He was with three women and another guy. One of the girls he was with is a regular partier – she always out and about at parties.”
The source said that Tristan partied for a couple more hours before heading off around 4am with his entourage.
The allegations come 24 hours after Tristan was pictured with Khloe and their daughter True, the first time they had been pictured in public for months.
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