Scott Disick has endured being the bad guy on Keeping up with the Kardashians for years now to increase ratings. With his relationship with longtime girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian hitting its breaking point after constant fights and unfair ultimatums, he plans to seek revenge for everything she has put him through – and he’s taking the entire Kardashian family down with her!
“Scott wants revenge for all the crap he’s endured,” a source told OK! magazine. “He’s told Kourtney that if she tries to take the kids and their money, he’ll let loose enough information to humiliate her and take down her entire family!”
Viewers have watched Kourtney nag Scott for years for his constant drinking and partying while she takes care of their three children. But the insider reveals that Kourtney is actually the wild one with all of her drinking and smoking! “She flies into vicious rages when she’s mad – and even throws things at the walls. She’s a manipulative hypocrite. Scott doesn’t see why he should be branded the bad guy anymore.”
Although Khloe Kardashian always works out, she has never been able to be as svelte as her famous sisters. And now Scott is revealing the reason why! “He knows about her bingeing problems,” the insider dished. “She doesn’t want anyone to know about her food issues, but Scott hates how two-faced she is when it comes to her dieting and workout posts.”
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But two family members who are safe from the tell-all is Kim Kardashian and her hubby Kanye West! “Scott sees the relationship as a sly power move,” the source revealed. “He looks at them as an elite couple because of their fashion connections, and the truth is he’d rather hang with them than with Khloe!”
For more on the story, pick up the latest issue of OK! magazine, on stands now.