Scott’s bad behaviour has forced Kourt to send Mason to therapy

Following their highly publicised split three months ago, Kourtney Kardashian has been keeping a relatively low profile.

As Scott continued to document his luxurious and party-filled lifestyle on social media, Kourtney seemed to be focused on spending time with their kids, and her sisters.

There are rumours that the mom of three is a “nervous wreck” whenever Scott spends time alone with their kids. On a recent trip to a book shop in LA, Scott appeared “antsy” and was supposedly barking orders at Mason and Penelope.

Kourtney apparently always calls to check on her kids when they are with their dad, and a family insider is also said to have revealed that Kourtney refuses to allow their 9-month old Reign to be alone with Scott:

"She really has no choice: She doesn’t want to anger him because who knows what he’ll do.”

“He wasn’t really paying attention to them — he seemed distracted and out of it,” one eyewitness tells Radar Online.

Kourtney is said to have implemented some strict rules in order to keep Scott, 32, in line.

One of these specifies that Scott is only allowed to spend time with his two eldest children on the weekends, and they must be back with Kourtney no later than 8 o’clock.

An insider has told InTouch that five-year old Mason has had a tough time coming to terms with his parents break up. As a result Kourtney has put him in therapy.

“Mason tells her when Daddy acts ‘mad, sad or weird,'” the source is reported as saying.

“Kourtney knows it’s important that her kids see their father, but it breaks her heart to think they’ll remember Scott like this.”

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