Kourtney Kardashian Calls Scott Disick a “Real F–king A–hole” for “Flaking” on the Kids: Watch

She's had enough. Kourtney Kardashian gets choked up in the Nov. 22 episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, as she explains to her mom, Kris Jenner, why Scott Disick has been banned from entering her gated community.

In the new clip, Jenner, 60, tries to play peacemaker between the exes. While visiting Disick, 32, the momager calls her daughter to hear her side of the story.

Scott Disick
Scott Disick

"Scott seems a little confused because he thought there was an open-door policy that he can come by whenever," Jenner says.

"There was! There was! He was flaking too often," Kardashian, 36, interjects. "Every time I've tried to have him sit and have dinner with [the kids] he sits in the other room. He flaked on going to the kids' first day of school. He said, 'I can't go to school s–t because I get anxious.' When really he went out and partied throughout the next day."

Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian attend the E! 2013 Upfronts.
Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian attend the E! 2013 Upfronts. Jennifer Graylock/Getty Images

As previously reported, Kardashian and Disick — who are parents to Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 11 months — split back in July. Disick continues to spend time with his kids, but Kardashian thinks they should be his main priority.

"[He's] just a real f–king a–hole," Kardashian says to Jenner, as Disick listens in. "He's only concerned with himself and not the kids. And that's what's important here. The kids."

Keeping Up With the Kardashians airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on E!

Watch the emotional video above.

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