Disick Bachelor Pad: Kourtney Kardashian Split Coming After Scott Disick Buys Pricey Bachelor Pad?

Scott Disick bought a bachelor pad in Beverly Hills, leading many to believe that he and his longtime love, Kourtney Kardashian, are headed for a split. According to the Mail Online, the reality star paid nearly $3.7 million for the new mansion, which boasts five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The new home is in Scott’s name only, and is about an hour away from the home he shares with Kourtney and the couple’s three kids.

Despite the obvious rumors, this may have not been a new home for Scott to escape to when things are bad with his girl. You see, Kim Kardashian took to Twitter to clear up any confusion, and to stick up for her sister.

Disick may have purchased a bachelor pad, but perhaps it is not for him. If he wants to get into the house flipping business, that would sort of make sense, especially if Kourtney is going to help. She seems to really enjoy interior design, and has shown interest in renovating homes, specifically when it came to Scott’s parents’ home in the Hamptons. This could be a new gig for the two, who may find that working together is fun — and provides an additional source of income.

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, the new home has enough space for Scott’s kids, Penelope, 2, and sons Mason, 5, and newborn Reign, to play, but the kids likely won’t be spending too much time in the home. And in photos, the home doesn’t look like it needs much fixing up at all… so who knows what Scott will end up doing with the property.

News of a Disick bachelor pad had everyone talking this week, but there’s apparently no proof that Scott and Kourtney Kardashian are splitting up. As Sport Act points out, this seems to be a common thing among the Kardashian-Jenner family. From Bruce Jenner moving out of Kris Jenner’s home, and buying his own bachelor pad in Malibu to Kanye West choosing to keep his bachelor pad post-marriage, the men that get involved with these women seem to always need or want a place to get away.

Now, if Scott actually flips this home and resells it, people will know the truth.

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