Kourtney Kardashian shares cryptic post saying she’s ‘tired of being ok with things’ after ex-Scott’s rehab stint – The Sun

KOURTNEY Kardashian has posted a cryptic message on her Instagram Stories revealing she’s ‘tired’ of being OK with things.

The 41-year-old mom of three shared the text on her social media account just days after her ex and baby daddy Scott Disick left a rehab facility in Colorado.

Scott returned home to LA after a six-day stint in a Colorado rehab facility.

Poosh founder Kourtney posted the text image to her Instagram Story on Saturday night, which read, “kinda tired of being OK with things im not okay with”.

A source close to the KUWTK star, 36, previously confirmed to The Sun that Scott was undergoing treatment for a substance abuse issue at a facility.

The source said: "He voluntarily checked himself in, because he knew he needed help."


However, he checked out on May 4 amid claims his privacy was breached in the Colorado treatment center.

It’s believed the entrepreneur was encouraged to go to rehab by his ex Kourtney Kardashian and his girlfriend Sofia Richie, The Sun exclusively revealed.

The KUWTK star, 36, entered a Colorado treatment facility on Tuesday, but checked out today after personal details of his stay were leaked, TMZ first reported.

Scott’s substance battles have been heavily chronicled in the past but after years of improvement, things allegedly recently escalated due to the COVID-19 quarantine.


An insider told The Sun: “He was trying to hide this relapse because he knew that he could.

“Kourtney and the Kardashians are trying to take this lockdown very seriously, and he was able to not have to be accountable to any of them, including Kourtney.”

The source said the reality star began “heavily using” again in mid-April and things were so bad, “it got to the point where Sofia gave him a choice.”

According to the friend, the 21-year-old model – along with 41-year-old Kourtney – held an “intervention” for Scott.


The source claimed the father-of-three “broke down” when confronted about his ongoing battle with substances but was ultimately receptive to getting help.

The source said: “He voluntarily checked himself in because he knew he could not do it anymore. He was afraid for himself, for his family and did not want to be a statistic of this COVID lockdown.

“Everyone is relieved that he checked in and he chose to go."

Before he left the facility, the insider told The Sun he will “stay in as long as he needs to” but added that the Kardashian family wants him to “stay until after lockdown is over.”


Scott's lawyer Marty Singer denied allegations of cocaine and alcohol abuse.

The high-powered attorney said: "In an effort to finally come to terms and deal with the pain that Scott has been silently suffering for many years due to the sudden death of his mother, followed by the death of his father three months later, Scott made the decision to check himself into a rehab facility last week to work on his past traumas."

In October 2013, his mother Bonnie Disick tragically passed away after a long-term illness.

Just three months later, Scott's dad Jeffery died for unknown reasons.

On a recent episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, fans saw a rare glimpse at the real estate mogul's emotional side when he teared up while talking about his late parents.

Scott invited his dad's best friend "Uncle Dave" to his Calabasas mansion so his three kids – Mason, 10, Penelope, 7, and 5-year-old Reign – could learn about their paternal grandparents.

"Losing my parents is not an easy subject for me to talk about, It puts me in a very vulnerable place, to remember them and think about them," he said during a confessional on the show.

The New York native held back tears as he went through old photographs of his mom and dad with his young children.

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