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Kourtney 'thinks Khloé and Scott have gone too far'

Published 10/05/2015

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian is thought to be mortified about recent texts Scott Disick and her sister Khloé shared.

The 36-year-old star's younger sister has always been close to Scott, who Kourtney has three kids, Penelope, Mason and Reign, with.

Recently both Scott and Khloé took to Instagram to share an intimate text conversation. In it, the curvaceous 30-year-old had asked his approval for posting a snap of her cleavage, sending the picture for him to assess.

He responded: "Sh*t I will if you don't".

"Kourtney can't believe Scott and Khloé have been texting like this," an insider admitted to British magazine Star. "They have always had banter but this is a step too far. And the fact they made it public is so humiliating."

This isn't the first time the pair's closeness has raised eyebrows. They previously shared a snap of them taking a bath together, with Khloé dressed in a sexy red swimming costume.

It's been an emotional time for the Kardashian/Jenner family, as Kourtney, Khloé and Kim's stepdad Bruce recently revealed he is transitioning to become a woman.

The whole family, including his ex-wife Kris and their daughters Kylie and Kendall, sat down to watch Bruce's coming out interview with Diane Sawyer last month.

However, Scott was hosting a nightclub event and wasn't around.

"Kourtney can't help thinking Scott has been really inconsiderate," the source continued. "The family has been going through a difficult time, and instead of being there for them, he's been out partying."

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