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Scott Disick hurls verbal abuse at female fans?

Scott Disick allegedly swore in front of children after a run-in with a professional group of ladies.

The partner of Kourtney Kardashian allegedly labelled females “b****ds” and “****s” after a run in with a group of fans at the W Hotel in Miami, Florida on Saturday.

The businessman reportedly used foul language in front of young children according to an eyewitness.

“I was appalled, both personally and professionally, by his behaviour,” therapist and empowerment expert Emily Roberts told Radar Online.

Apparently Scott arrived with a around 10 male friends and got angry when a lady fan approached him.

Emily and her group of “all professional women”, were situated in the Living Room lobby bar at around 5 pm.

“One of my friends told him she was a fan and asked very nicely for a picture,” she explained. “I had seen positive stories about him lately, so I had no idea he would be rude.

“Scott was like, ‘No you girls are crazy! Get away from me! Why’d you come up to me’ and continued to swear.”

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has been through a rocky romance with the mother of his children Mason, three, and Penelope, 11 months.

His girlfriend Kourtney has previously discussed her concerns about his anger issues and partying lifestyle.

However onlookers are unsure whether Scott was drinking alcohol at the time.

“He was yelling at my friend in the middle of a hotel, and there were kids right there in the lobby,” Emily revealed. “He was being very dismissive and inappropriate. Very unkind. Very vulgar. I was appalled.

“I never did see him drinking, so I don’t know if that was the cause.”

Apparently one of Scott’s friends explained he was simply going through a difficult time at the moment.

Scott’s pals are said to have tried calming him down to save his reputation.

“Even his friends were like, ‘Dude, chill out!’” Emily added. “So I was speaking to one of them, being like, ‘Why is he being so rude?’ and his friend said, ‘He’s just really sensitive right now.’”

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