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Scott Disick Apologizes to Kourtney Kardashian After Introducing Sofia Richie to Their Kids

Scott Disick Apologizes to Kourtney Kardashian After Introducing Sofia Richie to Their Kids


Kourtney Kardashian and and Scott Disick are trying to get on the same page.

On Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the exes got into a bitter argument after Disick, 35, introduced their kids to his girlfriend Sofia Richie, 20, without giving their mother a head’s up first.

When Kourtney, 39, found out, she started crying, revealing to sister Kim Kardashian West that she and Disick had been going to therapy together and had agreed to wait before bringing Richie around.

“You know, I think it’s just more of a principle thing — that they made this rule and they’ve been going to this co-parenting therapy together,” said Kim, 37. “I definitely want to be there to support Kourtney and Scott, but it’s just kind of their thing and I don’t get involved.”

“I kind of agree with Scott on this one,” she admitted. “But it’s Kourtney, she’s got to be difficult.”

Disick, meanwhile, sought advice from Kris Jenner and told her they had agreed to hold off on the introduction until after the holidays — so technically, his timing was legitimate.

“Last night when we got home, the kids were there, so of course they met my girlfriend,” he told Jenner, 62. “Kourtney goes, ‘You’re a f—ing joke. … You don’t care. We discussed with the therapist that we were going to wait.’ I said, ‘We discussed with the therapist that we were going to wait until after the new year and after the holiday!’ “

Jenner pointed out that the situation was slightly unfair considering Kourtney had already introduced her then-boyfriend Younes Bendjima to the kids.

“I don’t understand why she can introduce her boyfriend to the kids but you can’t introduce your girlfriend,” she said. “She’s my daughter and I don’t want to go against her, but I see your point, too. So I would just ask, ‘Why isn’t it mutual?’ ”

“You know her. She never has any reason,” said Disick. “She does whatever the f— she wants.”

But Kourtney wasn’t backing down.

“The thought of my kids being introduced to another woman and having somebody in their lives, I think it’s hard for me and hard for them,” she said. “There’s a lot going on for them and I know that it can be confusing. It makes me upset, especially because we sat in front of a therapist, we said what we thought was best for the kids. We felt like a lot of changes have been made lately and that this wasn’t the best time.”

When they sat down to talk after their first therapy session post-Richie drama, both parties remained frustrated, with Kourtney telling Disick to “be appreciative of what you have.”

“And you don’t think I am extremely appreciative?” he said.

“Not when you just do whatever you want,” she responded.

“What’s whatever I want? Live my life the exact same way you’re living it?” he fired back.

“It’s called giving someone a heads up and having a respectful conversation — giving someone the respect,” she said. “I make sacrifices all the time and you’re not following through with the things you say you’re going to do. Then you just go and do whatever you want, and I’m not okay with it.”

“Do you think you’re difficult, or no? Do you think you’re overly controlling?” he asked. “Do you think there’s any chance you could ever be in denial about anything? … I think you expect a lot from a lot of people. But not always can your expectations always be met, even though people are trying their hardest to please you.”

“I will bet you one billion dollars there’s not a human being that you know that won’t go with what exactly I just said,” he continued. “Your own family, anybody — there’s not one person. So you’re in denial. You want to tell your therapist this, be my guest.”

Warning him not to “turn this around on me,” Kourtney maintained that they need to respect the parameters they set in place.

“We have rules,” she said. “Kids need rules. It’s not hard, it’s not complicated.”

“It’s not, you’re right,” he said. “But you’re out of your mind if you think I’m wrong.”

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