Scott Disick reunited with his three kids earlier this week, but if he wants to continue spending time with them, he’ll have to be supervised when doing so alone, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned. Find out all the details here!
Kourtney Kardashian seems to be taking a page out of Chelsea Houska‘s book (sorry — I watch way too much Teen Mom 2) by making sure her ex, Scott Disick, is supervised when he’s alone with their three children: Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 7 months.
“Kourtney has no problem with Scott spending time with their kids, but on one condition — there needs to be someone with them at all times. One of their nannies must supervise the kids when they are at Scott’s house. Kourtney doesn’t want the kids at risk if Scott decides to get out of control and drink, or invite any wild friends over,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Scott reunited with Mason on July 22, when they went to Barnes and Noble together in Calabasas, California. The following day, on July 23, Scott went on a lunch date with Mason, Penelope and Kourtney before taking all three kids — including Reign — back to his house for some bonding time. This was the first time Scott was seen with his kids since Kourtney dumped him on July 6. It was definitely good to see him with his children again, but with Kourtney in charge, any future visits are going to be supervised.
Kourtney also plans on “safety-proofing” Scott’s bachelor pad. We totally get where Kourtney is coming from. With Scott’s hard-partying lifestyle, she just wants to make sure that his house is safe and comfortable for her kids. As far as the supervised visits are concerned, we’ll just have to wait and see how Scott feels about it.
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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Sandra Clark