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Brody talks Kourtney’s Scott split

Published 07/07/2015

Brody Jenner
Brody Jenner

Brody Jenner has spoken about his stepsister Kourtney Kardashian’s split from partner Scott Disick, calling the situation “unfortunate”.

The 31-year-old reality star appeared on Today on Tuesday to promote his new television series, Sex with Brody.

However, the show hosts were quick to ask Brody about claims that his stepsister Kourtney has broken up with long-term partner Scott.

“Scott and Kourtney both are great,” Brody said. “Obviously Scott’s gone through some issues in the past. He’s worked them.”

Rumours surrounding Scott and Kourtney’s romance reached boiling point when images emerged of him getting up close to ex-girlfriend Chloe Bartoli in Monaco over the weekend.

And Brody admitted on the show that he knew there was going to be trouble as soon as he caught sight of the pictures.

“Honestly, when I saw those pictures, I just went ‘uh oh’” Brody said. “I even showed my girlfriend and went, ‘This isn’t good’. It’s unfortunate.”

Brody also spoke about his father’s transition from Bruce Jenner into Caitlyn Jenner. While the family have all been open about the difficulties involved in such a change of lifestyle, Brody admits he is thrilled to have the opportunity to bond with his parent all over again.

“It’s incredible to see the difference between Caitlyn and Bruce,” he said. “Bruce and I just kind of really didn’t get along to be honest. And Caitlyn, it’s literally like getting to know somebody, your dad, all over again, but in a better way.”

Kourtney has yet to comment on the split allegations herself. However, her younger sister Khloé posted a thinly veiled reference to the breakup on her Twitter, writing: “Everyone has their own journey to the pursuit of happiness.”

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