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The New "KUWTK" Proved Kourtney's Relationship With Scott Is Seriously Complicated

"Call me a wah-mbulance and move on." – Khloé

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Kourtney Kardashian's relationship with her ex Scott Disick has always been rocky, to say the least.

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The pair have been on and off for years – basically since Keeping Up With the Kardashians first started airing a decade ago – but have repeatedly tried to make things work for the sake of their three kids, Mason, Penelope, and Reign.

They appeared to break up for good last year after Scott flew a woman out to his hotel during a family vacation in Costa Rica.

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Kourtney has since been linked to boxer Younes Bendjima – a relationship that may be confirmed during this season of KUWTK – while Scott has been papped cosying up with a number of women, including Bella Thorne and Sofia Richie.


But the latest episode of KUWTK focused in part on Kourtney and Scott's relationship, and it seems like things between them have just become even more complicated.

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"Can you believe that after we catch Scott with a girl in Costa Rica, they're now going on another vacation together as a family?" Khloé then says to Kim during a confessional.


Then later in the episode, we saw Kourtney on the phone to Scott after she called him to warn him that she had been out to dinner with a guy, and some photos of them together might come out in the media.


And while we didn't hear exactly what Scott was saying on the phone, judging by all the muffled yelling and bleeped words, he wasn't very happy about it.


And when Kris tried to argue in Scott's favour, Kourtney told her that's exactly what he wants everyone to think.


"That's what he makes it seem, to you, to Kim, to Khloé, to the world, to everybody," Kourtney said. "He sits there and grovels and feels bad for himself. So if that's his truth, why can't he get it together?"

"Brittney told me yesterday about, like, five different girls he's hooking up with," she said. "He tricks all of you guys to think that he's sitting at home like a saint praying to the Bible."

"I feel like for so many years I've been worried about my actions setting off Scott," she then said in a confessional interview. "Which I think is not a healthy way to live my life."


"At the end of the day, he is doing what he wants, and he's not concerned about how it might make me feel," she went on. "I think it just feels good to not worry about anyone else and just do whatever I want, and live my life."

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