Disick ‘sensitive’ over parents’ death

Scott Disick has revealed he “doesn’t know” if he’s ready to go back to his home following the death of his parents.

Scott Disick says his parents’ passing is a “sensitive subject”.

The 31-year-old socialite’s mother Bonnie died in October 2013, and his father Jeffrey passed in January 2014, just months later. And it’s been revealed he’s still having trouble confronting the reality of losing them.

“You know that it’s a sensitive subject for me,” he’s heard saying to partner Kourtney Kardashian in a clip for Kourtney & Khloe Take the Hamptons, obtained by Radar Online.

In the promotional video for the reality series, Scott speaks about the fact that he’s not yet returned to his home since the passing of his mother and father. He admits he’s not ready to face it, and asks Kourtney to refrain from pushing the issue.

“I don’t know if I want to go over there, I haven’t really been back. I just didn’t think that this was going to come at this time in my life. If I was 50 years old going back there to sell the home my family lived in, I’d be alright, but at 30 it’s weird.”

Kourtney later persists with her attempts to encourage her beau to go to the property while they’re on the East Coast. Her concern is that he needs to clean the place out and make decisions about whether or not they’ll sell it, but Scott won’t entertain the thought.

“I feel like you keep pushing me and I don’t know why you’re trying to do this,” he told her, later adding: “Oh, my God! Can you stop bothering me about this! Obviously I don’t feel comfortable yet to go there.”

Meanwhile, Scott and Kourtney have just welcomed their third child on December 14, a baby boy whose name is not yet known. Khloé Kardashian’s on/off boyfriend French Montana sent a congratulatory card, which Scott shared on his Instagram profile.

“Congradulations on Baby #3. I wish u could have named him ‘Haann’ or ‘Daddy.’ I wish you all the blessings in the world! (sic)" French wrote, signing it off with “Love, Uncle French.”
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Friday, 19. December 2014