ET caught up with the 27-year-old actress at the Modern Family For Your Consideration event in Los Angeles on Monday, where she shared her thoughts on Kardashian's boyfriend, Tristan Thompson.
The NBA star allegedly cheated on Kardashian with multiple women before the two welcomed their first child together, baby girl True Thompson, last Thursday. When Hyland first heard the news, she took to her Instagram Stories, telling her fans that she was "traumatized" over "this whole Khloe Kardashian cheating scandal" and was taking it "very personally."
"I don’t know how that became such a big thing, because I thought everybody was hating on [Tristan]," Hyland told ET's Keltie Knight, referring to all the media attention her posts received. "Like, everybody was [hating on him], but it is because I say, like, 'Tristan f**k face' and everyone is like, 'Oh my God, this is crazy, this is news worthy.'"
"But I felt like in Mean Girls, like who else has been personally victimized by Tristan Thompson? Me," she continued, referencing the 2004 comedy that starred Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert and Amanda Seyfried. "I just love my females. I love my females, and I think [Khloe] is amazing. I hope she is happy in whatever decision she makes."
A source told ET on Monday that Kardashian is putting all the drama with Thompson aside for now as she focuses on her newborn daughter.
"She and Tristan aren't arguing, and things have been surprisingly very calm," the source said. "Having your first baby and finding out your baby's father might have cheated is hard for any new mom. But for Khloe, the public embarrassment has made it much worse. She doesn't know what to believe."