Kourtney Kardashian won’t split custody with Scott Disick

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Kourtney Kardashian won't split custody with Scott Disick

Despite dropping hints that they might eventually reconcile, it looks like things are a bit more turbulent between Kourtney Kardashian and her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick. According to the latest gossip surrounding the former couple, Kourtney has no intentions of splitting custody of their three children with Scott.

Reportedly, Kourtney doesn’t want to share custody because she feels that Scott is a “drunk mess”. Oh snap.

A source revealed, “Kourtney really seems finished with Scott this time. Everything is getting finalized but there is nothing in writing yet. However, Kourtney won’t allow Scott split custody. She thinks he is a drunk mess and not fit to be a parent without supervision.”

She doesn’t exactly find it easy being a single mother of three children, but an insider says that she’s getting used to it. The source said, “She will only agree to supervised and limited visits. Although being a single mom is not easy, Kourtney is used to taking care of the kids by herself. She has them on a great schedule and everything runs smoothly even when she is alone with them. She had some nanny help, too, since she is working, but she spends as much time as possible with the kids. They are her world and she loves being a mom.”

Kourtney still reportedly keeps an eye on Scott, but doesn’t allow herself to get angry over his shenanigans. A source said, “She keeps an eye on Scott via social media and has come a long way and instead of getting upset about Scott’s latest shenanigans, it helps her realize splitting was for the best.”

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Wednesday, October 14th, 2015 at 1:13pm
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