Kendall Jenner called out Scott Disick for "villainizing" her family

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Scott Disick is clashing with members of the Kardashian-Jenner family once again, with more drama surfacing in new episodes of The Kardashians. As for the latest update, Kendall Jenner has called Scott out for "villainizing" her family following arguments on the show.

We've seen Scott popping up on various occasions throughout the new Hulu/Disney+ series, with the 38-year-old feeling left out of the wider family following ex Kourtney Kardashian's engagement to Travis Barker.

The newest episode (which dropped on Disney+ today) jumps straight back into Kendall and Scott's argument aired last week about Kendall not inviting him to her birthday party.

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In one very dramatic moment, the chat ends with Kendall storming away from the table, leaving Scott alone with mum Kris Jenner. Scott then tells Kris, "If I shouldn't be a part of this family anymore, I'd rather not be a part of it."

We then see Kendall discussing the argument in a to-camera confessional, telling viewers, "He was victimizing himself, he was villainizing everybody else including me, which I have no ill intention towards him, and I love him and would always want him around so it just caught me off guard."

Elsewhere, Kris Jenner also responded to the argument, telling the camera in a confessional, "I don't like it when anybody's arguing, especially my kids, and Scott really needs to get ahold of his emotions right now and not get so rattled."

Kendall also brought up the conversation to sisters Kourtney and Khloé, calling Scott's behaviour "hostile". She told them, "Scott's like, 'What's going on for Thanksgiving? Obviously, I'm not invited,' and immediately it's hostile."

Here's hoping all will be resolved!

The Kardashians is now streaming on Disney+.

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