Scott 'regrets' sending shady DMs to Kourtney's ex Younes

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Photo credit: Instagram/KourtneyKardashian
Photo credit: Instagram/KourtneyKardashian

A source close to Scott Disick has revealed he "regrets" sending shady DMs to Kourtney Kardashian's ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima.

To recap, earlier this week Younes shared a screenshot to his Instagram Story of an apparent message from Scott. The DM was in response to a photo Kourtney had posted with her current boyfriend, Travis Barker.

In the screenshot, Scott says: "Yo is this chick ok!???? Broooo like what is this. In the middle of Italy [sic]."

Younes replied, "Doesn't matter to me as long as she's happy. PS: I ain't your bro." He also added, "Couldn't miss this one. He been playing around too long, tried to stay quiet and be the nice guy [sic]."

After the drama unfolded, an insider source spoke to E! News about Scott's reaction. "Scott is mortified that Younes shared his private DM message. He had a low moment and was looking to someone who could relate to his feelings, and immediately regretted sending that message," the insider revealed.

The source went on to add: "Scott never liked Younes and totally acted irrationally. He regrets reaching out to him."

Over recent months, Scott has spoken openly about his approval of Kourtney and Travis' relationship. But the leaked DMs throw doubt on whether or not he's completely over the mother of his three children.

"Scott Disick is still very bitter about Kourtney and Travis' relationship. He wants her to be happy, but behind closed doors, he will always have regrets about their relationship and why it didn't work out," the source continued, "He is bitter because he's never seen Kourtney this serious about someone."

Although Kourtney hasn't publicly commented on the DMs just yet, her partner Travis shared a cryptic post to his own Instagram Story, which fans suspect is a dig towards Scott.

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