Scott disick dating khloe

06-Aug-2017 11:40

The fact that Scott was flipping out like that tells us that, on some level, he believes -- or, at the time, still believed -- that they'd resolve things and that after he'd had his fun, he could just stop drinking and go back.

Even the belief that someone with that pattern of behavior can stop drinking is far-fetched.

And even though Scott Disick clearly has no room to talk, we get to see his reaction to Kourtney dating. Kourtney explains to the camera why the phone call is happening.

In the clip below, you can see part of Kourtney's side of the conversation with Scott.

'" Khloé responds, "Pregnant, or the person's pregnant." And Kim says back, "We're having a baby!

" Safe to say there's a lot to keep up with when it comes to the Kardashians this year, especially now that Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner are reportedly also pregnant with their first children with boyfriends Tristan Thompson and Travis Scott.

Jenner, 18, then focused the camera away from Disick’s pants and pointed it back up towards Khloé’s face, who was unaware that Kourtney‘s ex was adjusting himself.

The snap seemed innocent enough, but eagle-eyed fans noticed that while the pair were conversing between their vehicles, Disick’s hand moves to his crotch region where he casually gives the area a few squeezes.

Kardashian starts off the video saying, "He's threatening me now.

He says, 'You better watch your back.'" Kim and Khloé look shocked, then Kim says in a separate shot, "This is not going to end well." Kardashian and Bendjima have reportedly been dating since May.

No wonder Lionel Richie's scared to death over Scott dating his teenage daughter.

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Scott Disick isn't happy about Kourtney Kardashian and Younes Bendjima's relationship.Since the clip is so short, it's unclear whether Disick is warning Kardashian to protect herself against the guy she's currently dating or if he's warning her about something has planned.

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