‘That piece of sh*t’: One KUWTK star is NOT happy with Scott Disick

Since Kourtney Kardashian's split from Scott Disick back in July, the mum of three has kept extremely quiet about relations between herself and her ex.

But new footage from the latest episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which aired in the US last night, is finally giving us a glimpse into what went down shortly before the split.

An explosive new clip, showing Kim and Kardashian 'momager' Kris Jenner seeing pictures of Scott getting cosy with stylist Chloe Bartoli in the south of France, shows just how much Kourtney's family wanted her to end things.

Kim finds out about the photos from her cousin Cici Bussey, who calls to warn the women that the Daily Mail have published them,

"Scott, front and center, Daily Mail, arms around a girl, laying down together with their arms around each other," she tells Kourtney's younger sister.

Clearly distressed, Kim says, "“No! That piece of s**t!" before pulling the article up on her phone.

Discussing the rocky relationship, Kim suggests that maybe "it's time" for Kourtney to call things off.

Although Kourtney doesn't appear in the scene herself, the fact that her split from Scott went public just days later would suggest she took her family's advice to heart.

While the pair have remained mainly apart of the last few months, last week Scott raised some eyebrows when he posted a picture that appeared to be taken in the house he and Kourtney used to share.


Top of the morning 2 ya

A photo posted by Scott Disick (@letthelordbewithyou) on

"Top of the morning to ya," he wrote, alongside a picture of a swimming pool that looked suspiciously like the one in Kourtney's Calabasas home.

We seriously hope this doesn't mean a reunion is on the cards… although it would make for a VERY dramatic episode of KUWTK.

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