For months Kourtney Kardashian has been standing by, watching her ex Scott Disick, choose a wild lifestyle over fatherhood. Now, an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that the mother of three is beyond fed up with his antics.
While Scott Disick, 32, makes it loud and clear that he has already moved on from his relationship with Kourtney Kardashian, 36, that’s not the case for her. The eldest Kardashian sister is more concerned about her ex stepping up as a dad rather than acting like an out of control jerk.
Kourtney no longer cares about her relationship with Scott, she just has one request. “She wants him to be a dad and not a d**k,” an insider close to the reality star tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “He currently is choosing the latter which makes her heartbroken.” From his awful cheating scandal with brunette stylist Chloe Bartoli, 25, back in July 2015, to his wild party pics with blonde model Lindsay Vrckovnik. It”s never ending.
Our source went on to say, that Scott just downright doesn’t care about anything but himself anymore. “At first it was a pride thing, now its a party thing. He is worried only about himself, he’s not sad anymore that its over.”
Kourt Fears Scott Will Go To Jail
On the sneak peek of Sunday’s finale episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, we get to see Kourt’s reaction to all of Scott’s recent drama. “As time goes on, Scott seems to just get worse,” the reality star says in a confessional. “You know, I want to be mad, but then I also worry about Scott’s safety. He definitely has a problem that he has to deal with…and so it’s hard. I feel like my emotions get all over the place.”
Kourt reveals that she’s worried that Scott might get sent to jail. Kris Jenner, 59, then steps in and adds in her two cents. “That might be the best thing for him,” her mom says. “That’s the biggest wake up call of all — to be thrown in jail with no alcohol, no pillow, no nothing.”
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— Brittany King, Reporting: Russ Weakland