According to TMZ, a male model claims, in 2009, he had unprotected sex with Kourtney Kardasian and 3-year-old Mason Disick is his son. A paternity lawsuit has been filed requesting joint custody of Disick.
Michael Girgenti filed legal documents on Thursday saying he met Kourtney during a photo shoot in August, 2008, and that they had a three-month relationship via text messaging. Girgenti goes on to say that in March, 2009, Kourtney supposedly told him she and boyfriend, Scott Disick, were "on the outs" and "she wanted to hang." The paternity suit then describes the alleged sexual encounter. The file says they had "unprotected vaginal sex" and that he "ejaculated inside Kourtney's vagina".
Girgenti says he tried contacting Kourtney when she gave birth to Mason, nine months later, but was never able to reach her. He says he started with the media to get her attention after noticing a resemblance between him and Mason.
In March of this year, Girgenti told "In Touch" magazine: "After Mason was born, and I saw photos of him, I began to wonder. I would definitely want to acknowledge Mason if he's my kid, he deserves to know his real father."
A source close to Kourtney says, ''Since the... photoshoot, Kourtney never spoke with him, saw him nor met him again. Kourtney has never been alone with him, and Kourtney certainly has never physically/intimately been with Mr Girgenti.''
Kourtney's attorney, Todd Wilson, tells TMZ ..."This individual has been selling false and fabricated stories to the tabloids for years about Kourtney Kardashian and her son, Mason. Scott Disick is Mason’s father." Wilson continues, "We have not seen the reported court filing, but we are informed that this individual has been seeking to get paid to publish his ridiculous pleading. His claims are absurd and this is simply another shameful attempt to gain publicity and profit from fictional stories about my client."
A hearing has been set for next month, where Girgenti says he hopes the judge will order a DNA test for Mason, Kourtney, Scott, and himself.