Throughout Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's dysfunctional on-again-off-again relationship, the two have experienced their fair share of setbacks including Scott's frequent infidelities. However, now, it appears as the table has been turned as he is reportedly accusing the reality starlet of something serious that may affect their entire family.
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According to In Touch, Scott believes that there may be a possibility that Kourtney was unfaithful towards the end of their relationship, leading him to believe that the youngest of their three children, Reign, may not be his.
"This sounds horrible to say, but Scott is closest to Mason and then Penelope," an insider told the publication before adding that while the reality star has a close bond with Reign, "it's not the same as the one he had with Mason when he was that young."
The source added that the problem could stem from Scott not being as involved in Reign's life as much as he was when Mason was born.
"Reign was conceived when Kourtney and Scott were going through a rough patch," the source continued. "At the time, Scott didn't question whether he was the father, but that soon changed... It didn't take long for Scott to start having doubts as to whether Reign is actually his child."
The site reports that the Kardashian family may have played a part in Scott's dark thoughts towards his younger son.
"What really got under Scott's skin is when family members said that Reign didn't look like him," the insider added. "Penelope and Mason are dead ringers for Scott, but Reign looks more like Kourtney."
Scott and Kourtney parted ways, for good, back in 2015, when Reign was just six-months-old. Shortly after the breakup, he went on a highly publicized traveling spree around the world, where he was linked to several young starlets, including his current fling Sofia Richie.
We've never been huge fans of Scott but this seems low, even for him. Let's hope it's just another made up story.
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