Scott Disick is said to be "devastated" after his father's sudden death. On January 2 Jeffrey Disick died unexpectedly just months after his wife, Bonnie Disick, died in late October. Jeffrey was still working as a real estate developer when he died, and an official cause of death has not been released. Scott's mother Bonnie passed away in Long Island on October 28 from a long-term health issue. When Bonnie died, Kourtney Kardashian accompanied Scott to her funeral in New York. There were no other Kardashians in attendance.
Both Kourtney and Scott are said to be completely devastated by the loss of his father.
"The whole family is so devastated and Scott is beside himself," a source told E! News, "Scott is an only child with no remaining family." Since the death of his father, Scott Disick has not posted on any of his social media accounts and he has yet to comment on the loss. Disick was last seen in Park City Utah, where he was spending New Year's with Kourtney and the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner family. Sources say that when Disick heard the news he immediately got on a plane home.
Bonnie and Jeffrey Disick made a brief appearance on Kourtney and Kim Take New York when Kourtney took Mason to spend time with his grandparents in the Hamptons. Scott is best known for appearing on Keeping Up with the Kardashians alongside Kourtney, his longtime girlfriend and the mother of his two children, Penelope, 18 months, and Mason, 4.
On Keeping Up, Scott Disick became a controversial castmate because of his wild antics and party habits. As a result he is often portrayed as the villain on the show, "You are known as the black sheep of the family," Oprah Winfrey once told Disick in an interview. "The person who is the black sheep is usually the person who is the most sensitive, who absorbs all of the other family members energy."
Disick agreed: "That couldn't be more true, one hundred percent ... you know I like to put up a wall or a front, making pretend that I'm more confident or more than what I am, but I am insecure about a lot of things." Oprah then asked if his onscreen "jerkiness" was a result of his insecurity, and he said that it was.
So don't believe everything you see on TV. Disick may not be the bad boy that he is portrayed as on Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Watch Oprah interview Scott Disick about his behavior on Keeping Up in the video below.
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