The KUWTK star was seen smooching and snuggling Travis at Disneyland in Paris on Wednesday. The lovebirds were spotted on a ride in the French equivalent to the “Happiest Place On Earth.”
The couple hasn't held back on showing affection towards one another in public. They've given plenty of PDAs moments to the press, including one in particular that triggered an unpleasant reaction from Scott.
As Radar previously reported, another one of Kourtney's exes, Younes Bendjima — who she dated after her split with Scott — leaked a direct message he received from Lord Disick on Instagram. In the message, Scott seemingly trashed Kourtney and Travis’ R-rated picture snapped while they were on a boat in Italy.
In the screenshot, Scott was seen saying, “Yo is this chick ok!????.” Broooo like what is this. In the middle of Italy.” In which the Egyptian model replied, “Doesnt matter to me as long as shes happy PS: i aint your bro.”
Younes then posted the alleged DM to his Instagram story with the caption, “keep the same energy you had about me publicly,privately.”
He later added, “couldn't miss this one. He been playing around for too long, tried to stay quiet and be the nice guy. back to work now," implying he has some unfinished business with the 38-year-old socialite.
Following the drama, Kim Kardashian’s older sister coyly responded to the incident on social media, posting a meme that seemingly threw shade at how her former longtime partner treated her during their years-long relationship.
She posted an image of a couple canoodling with a caption that read, “Relax… this is going to hurt forever.”
She also wrote on the post, adding one final jab at her jealous ex by stating, “HOW TO GET OVER SOMEONE who treated you BADLY.”
Scott is allegedly regretting his private direct message to Younes.
A source close to the Flip It Like Disick star revealed that he wished he didn't send it. “Scott is mortified that Younes shared his private DM message,” the source told E! News. “He had a low moment and was looking to someone who could relate to his feelings, and immediately regretted sending that message.”