Celebrities may lead seemingly perfect lives with their money, fame, and good looks. But often times – especially in the relationship department – they can be just like the rest of us.
Despite several public pronouncements of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's split, which officially happened last July, rumors of Disicks alleged cheating still surfaced on an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Photos of Scott and stylist Chloe Bartoli’s intimate vacation went public recently, which caused Kourtney to break down on the show.
— People magazine (@people) September 23, 2015
Scott and Chloe appeared to be getting very cozy in the picture, draping their legs over each other and staying really close at a yacht party in France, while Kourtney was alone in California. Kris Jenner, who could not contain her anger, read the news loudly to Kim Kardashian. "Piece of s***," Kris said as she scrolled through the photographs.
Rumors of Disick's philandering ways surfaced numerous times even while he and Kourtney were still together. He has been spotted actively partying since the breakup instead of working towards a reconciliation. The issue involving Bartoli was allegedly the final straw for Kourtney.
"He isn't working on himself, which is one of the conditions he has to meet for Kourtney to take him back. He’s not working on himself at all," a source close to Disick recently told People.
"He's totally lost right now,” the source added.
“Scott is like on a crazy bender,” Kourtney also said after photos of him partying also went public.
— CELEBUZZ (@CELEBUZZ) September 18, 2015
Kourtney and Scott’s relationship lasted nine years and produced with three children: Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 9 months.
It is quite obvious that Kourtney has not completely moved on from the split, as evidenced by her breakdown on the show.
"I've worked so hard to keep this family together," Kourtney said in between sobs.
The upcoming season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians is set to feature the family’s adjustment to Caitlyn’s transition.