The Talentless founder revealed during The Kardashians premiere last April 14 in Hulu what he really felt about the couple’s relationship. He told Khloe Kardashian that it has allowed him to “be able to move on.”
He explained, “I always had her friends or our family in my ear kind of like, ‘Don’t worry, honey, eventually you guys will figure it. And, ‘You’ll get back together one day.’ So my foot was always halfway in the door.”
During a confessional, Scott mentioned that now that she has Travis, he’s lost Kourtney “as a best friend”. He said, “Now we’re really just more of co-parenters. I would say it’s probably one of the more difficult things in my life.”
Kourtney and Scott have three kids: Mason, 12, Penelope, 9, and Reign, 7. The Flip It Like Disick star also admitted that he’s aware of how happy Kourtney is and that she’s already “in a real thing.”
On the other hand, he also shared how worried he is that the family may forget him, saying, “Feeling left out and not being told anything is super hurtful, especially when I don’t have another family to go to.” Scott is an only child who lost his mom in October 2013 while his dad passed away in January 2014.
Khloe also asked him if he could handle watching the couple’s PDA, and he answered, “I’d rather be around them and be around my family than not at all.”
Khloe talked to Kourtney about it but the Poosh founder said that his words didn’t reflect his actions. She got angry at Scott after his DM with her ex, Younes Bendjima, went viral.
During a confessional, Kourtney said, “When I was in Italy with Travis on our summer vacation, I woke up to a text from Scott, saying, ‘I’m so sorry. I DM’d your ex-boyfriend, who I can’t stand.’ And he sent me a screenshot of it and said [Younes] posted it on his story.”
Kourtney said that Scott had asked to apologize to his fiancé, but she was still upset and told Khloe and Kim Kardashian, “I wrote him, ‘This is despicable.'” Based on her perspective, Scott got away with “bad behavior” and the family still includes him. She added to the camera, “I don’t think that’s going to continue.”