You know how I was calling Scott Disick a dumb, Patrick Bateman-esque rage-aholic psychopath not even 48 hours ago? Well, I jumped the gun. Sort of. It seems that Scott was just defending the honor of his baby-mama’s sister, Kat-Face Kardashian. It all started in a New York club on Thursday night, where Scott, Kim and Kourtney were hanging out and partying. Some dude came over to Kim and was trying to flirt with her, and he was getting handsy and weird. And the dude had a jealous, crazy girlfriend. And Scott and Kourtney stepped in, and chaos happened.
After a female fan threw a drink on Kim Kardashian during a boozy night at NYC’s Juliet Supper Club on Thursday, the reality star is sharing her side of the story.
“I want to address this because everyone has been asking me if I’m ok after the bar fight last night,” Kim, 29, blogged Friday. “I’m totally fine, guys!”
So what led to the fan altercation?
“A drunk male fan came up to me and asked to take a picture, and I obliged, but his girlfriend, who was also drunk, got a little out of hand,” she explained. “Luckily I had Scott [Disick] and Khloe there to protect me.”
But an eyewitness tells UsMagazine.com that the male fan wanted more than just a picture from the E! star.
“He was groping her, trying to pull her close,” the source told Us. “Scott got really defensive of Kim when the guy groped her…things escalated and Scott punched him. Security came and broke it up.”
According to Kim, none of the Kardashians consumed any alcohol while at the club, though a source told Us that Disick, 27, “had a little vodka, but he seemed completely sober.”
“We wanted a fun family night out, but when people see the cameras rolling, they try to get attention,” Kim complained. “I guess that’s what happened when the drunk girl saw that we were filming Kim and Kourtney Take New York.”
For now, the reality star is happy to put the incident behind her.
“I always take the high road, so we all left straight after and didn’t feed into their drama,” Kim said. “Moving on!”
[From Us Weekly]
I know this reads as one big excuse for Scott’s violent behavior, but I actually think this version might have some merit. I don’t know, it just sounds plausible to me, and I’m usually the first one to call them out on their bullsh-t. I think if Kim is defending Scott like this, he really must have been trying to help her. So…my bad, Scott. I apologize. Please don’t come after me with a chainsaw.
Kim on October 8, 2010. Scott on October 5, 2010. Credit: WENN.