As if Kourtney Kardashian didn’t have enough to deal with.
In Touch magazine has learned that the reality star, 36, is paranoid over the fact that her hard partying ex Scott Disick is having unprotected sex with random women, which could potentially result in a pregnancy (or several).
“Scott wants to have sex when he’s drunk and he never uses protection,” says a Kardashian insider. “He refused to use protection during his courtship with Kourtney and throughout their troubled [nine-year] relationship.
Scott boozed it up in Vegas the night before Kris Jenner's birthday back in November 2014. (Photo Credit: Splash)
“The last thing Kourtney wants is for her kids [Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 7 months] to have a half sibling because of some stupid, drunk mistake their dad made,” adds the insider. “That’s always been her greatest fear.”
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It doesn’t help that Scott, 32, has been seen partying with different women as of late. In fact, the Lord was recently spotted getting wasted at Florida’s Boca Raton Resort & Club — and by the time he left on July 7, a witness says, “various groups of girls had been coming in and out of his suite for days.”
Just yesterday, July 16, several women (some scantily clad and one in a robe!) were seen going in and out of his Beverly Hills bachelor pad. According to The Daily Mail, there was no sign of Scott, but one of his friends did greet the ladies.
These women were seen going to Scott’s house on Thursday. (Photo Credits: Splash)
To say Scott is in a bad place would be an understatement. But if he were to have a baby with another woman, any hopes of reconciling with the mother of his three children would go down the drain.
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“His life is in shambles and usually he goes running back to Kourtney,” says the first insider. “But if he got another woman pregnant, she would never take him back.”
For more on Scott and Kourtney, pick up the new issue of In Touch magazine, on stands now.