Scott Disick Reveals That He's A Sex Addict

By Bryan Le 03/13/17

The reality star and serial adulterer talks about his sex addiction in an upcoming episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian in the Keeping Up With the Kardashians teaser.
Disick and Kourtney together before the teaser's dramatic reveal.

Previously having battled alcoholism, Keeping Up With the Kardashians regular, Scott Disick, claims he has sex addiction after being caught sneaking a woman into his hotel room. In the one-minute teaser for the upcoming season of the Kardashians’ show, Disick is seen shouting, “I’m a sex addict!” before Kourtney Kardashian, the mother of his children, tells him, “It’s just never going to work out.”

Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian’s tumultuous relationship has been a mainstay on the reality show. The couple began dating in 2006, just in time to have their troubles chronicled on the debut season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians in 2007.

The teaser for the show's newest season.

Kourtney dumped Disick after finding incriminating text messages on his phone, but got back together later that year after discovering Kourtney was pregnant with their child. Disick attempted to propose to Kourtney in 2010, but was rejected. They had two more children in 2012 and 2014. The pair split after Disick and an ex of his were photographed spending time together at a pool in Monte Carlo.

The latest development being teased presumably takes place during the Kardashians’ Costa Rica vacation in January this year. In the dramatic clip, Disick is heard saying Kourtney is “the love of my life” just before Kim Kardashian is heard reporting “Scott brought a girl up here.”

“You’re just like a f—ing whore,” Kim says to Scott.

The teaser also promises to reveal more about Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery as well Kanye West's mental breakdown that led to the canceling of his Saint Pablo tour. The whole thing is set to the Kanye West song, "FML."

While public figures claiming to suffer from sex addiction after being caught cheating has become eye-rollingly predictable—see Tiger Woods, Anthony Weiner and Ozzy Osbourne—experts say sex addiction is much more than tabloid fodder.

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