Kourtney Kardashian Forced To Put Mason In Therapy: Dad Scott Disick Upsetting Him

So sad. Kourtney Kardashian is 'a nervous wreck' whenever she drops off the kids to spend time with Scott Disick, a new report claims. Even worse, his alleged bad boy behavior has reportedly forced Kourtney to put Mason in therapy to help him deal with it. Poor Kourtney Kardashian, 36. Scott Disick, 32, allegedly barks at their kids, and acts childish when he's around Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and 9-month-old Reign, a new report claims. His alleged bad boy behavior has gotten so out of control that she's "a nervous wreck" whenever he spends time with the kids alone, and she was reportedly forced to put Mason in therapy to help deal with it all.

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“[Kourtney’s] always calling to check on [the kids],” a source told In Touch, while adding that Kourtney doesn’t like to leave Scott alone with the baby. “But she really has no choice: She doesn’t want to anger him because who knows what he’ll do.” But Kourtney has allegedly put some rules in place. Scott’s only allowed to spend time with his two oldest kids on the weekends, and they must be returned home to her no later than 8 p.m. Sleepovers are a big no-no, the magazine further claims. And maybe that’s for the better.

“Scott barely pays attention to the kids when he has them,” the source added. “He just gives them whatever they want to keep them occupied so they’re not crying.” Sadly, Scott’s alleged behavior has forced Kourtney to put Mason in therapy to help him deal with it.

“Mason tells her when Daddy acts ‘mad, sad or weird,’” the source also said. “Kourtney knows it’s important that her kids see their father, but it breaks her heart to think they’ll remember Scott like this.” Kourtney “can’t trust him.”

HollywoodLife.com has reached out to Kourtney’s rep for comment.

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