Blake Griffin Palimony Suit Cites Relationship With Kendall Jenner

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Kendall Jenner (right) watches Blake Griffin play in a Los Angeles Clippers game at Staples Center on Nov. 4, 2017.

The NBA star’s former fiancée Brynn Cameron claims his “public fawning over Jenner” cruelly embarrassed her family.

In an ultimate anti-Valentine’s Day gesture, NBA star Blake Griffin’s ex-fiancée Brynn Cameron served him with a palimony lawsuit on Wednesday that points a homewrecker finger at supermodel Kendall Jenner.

Griffin, 28, has been romantically linked to Jenner, 22, since last August, when they were first spotted dining at Craig’s restaurant in West Hollywood. Since then, she has appeared at several Los Angeles Clippers games to cheer him on and the pair have stepped out together at Nobu restaurant, at Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor in Long Beach and on other dates.

The legal filing cheekily references the player's recent move from the Clippers to the Detroit Pistons: “When Blake Griffin was recently traded to the Detroit Pistons, many speculated that the Los Angeles Clippers had breached their promises to him by dumping the NBA star not long after signing him to a long-term deal. Griffin himself, however, knows very well what breaching promises is all about. After all, Griffin had no problem trading Brynn Cameron, his former fiancée and the mother of his two children, for reality television star Kendall Jenner. Some might say that Griffin received karmic justice by learning of his departure on social media, the same way he ungraciously allowed Cameron to discover her trade.”

Ouch.

“Griffin cared more about the glamour of dating a Hollywood celebrity than the day-to-day responsibilities of being a father and family man,” the lawsuit continues. “Griffin once told the Los Angeles Times he wanted to be an example to his daughter about how she should expect to be treated by men. Sadly, if that is true, she should not expect to be appreciated, recognized for her value, or treated with respect.”

The legal claim outlines how Cameron put her own career on hold, due to discouragement from Griffin, and describes her role as full-time mom to their 4-year-old son Ford and 1-year-old daughter Finley, as well as Griffin’s “personal assistant, meal planner, scheduler, stylist, publicist, party planner, nurse, nutritionist, branding expert, therapist, cheerleader, basketball and fitness consultant and more.”

Cameron and Griffin’s wedding, scheduled for July 2017, was postponed a week ahead of time and the lawsuit claims that in August, “after cruelly embarrassing his family with his public fawning over Jenner, Griffin informed Cameron that he had no intention of continuing to live with her…While Griffin is continuing to earn millions from his NBA and endorsement deals, Cameron and their children are homeless and cash-strapped.”

Neither Griffin nor Jenner have commented.