The Kardashian-Disick House hath fallen and Our Lady Kourtney is a Lady no more. According to reports, the third-most popular Kardashian and her long-term partner “Lord Scott Disick” have split for good, and not just because he refers to himself as “Lord Scott Disick.”

It’s because he likes to party with other women (and probably also because he refers to himself as “Lord Scott Disick”), Kardashian group text E! Entertainment is reporting.

But hasn’t he been “partying” with “other women” for some time now? the casual Kardashian fan might question. And indeed he has. But that was before Monte Carlo, E! reports:

Over the July 4 holiday weekend, Scott was photographed in Monte Carlo getting close with Chloe Bartoli, an LA-based stylist who is not exactly a friend of the family’s. Kourtney, meanwhile, was back in Malibu enjoying a low-key get-together with friends.

Kourtney “is putting on a brave face,” says a source, “but she is over it. She’s fed up. It’s humiliating and disrespectful. How much more is she supposed to take?”

All dynasties must fall, the historians tell us. And all storylines must end. Some men are brought down by ego, others by a camera snap of the gentle caress of a stylist ex-girlfriend’s hair in Monaco. Might this be the perfect time for Fat Rob to rise again? Only time will tell. Only time will tell.


US Weekly has the shameful, hilarious details.

An onlooker tells Us that Disick was a “drunken mess” and was “flirting heavily” with Bartoli at the Monte-Carlo Beach Club in Monaco.

“There was no trying to hide how handsy they were,” the eyewitness tells Us. “They were all over each other and so blatant. They were feeding each other with their own forks. She was nuzzling her head on his shoulder, and he was stroking her arm and thighs.”

Disick apparently “freaked out” when he saw photographers and began pounding Domaine d’Ott rose wine by the pool, drinking several bottles in just a few hours.

Looks like someone actually came out on top here—the Domaine d’Ott PR team.

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