Kourtney Kardashian's ex Scott Disick is making 'an OUTRAGEOUS amount of money' for Hulu show amid feud with baby mama

KOURTNEY Kardashian's ex Scott Disick is scoring a big paycheck for the family's new Hulu series despite his jealousy over the star's recent engagement.

The former couple's relationship is currently "non-existent" aside from co-parenting their three children.

Scott, 38, however will appear on the family's upcoming Hulu reality series and is getting offered "an outrageous amount of money," a source told US Weekly.

The reality star agreed to participate in the show if he "got paid a lot" of money and has reportedly been "following the rules" leading to his large salary.

The Flip It Like Disick star has been distancing himself from his children's mother ever since Kourtney got engaged to her rocker beau, Travis Barker, 45.

An insider previously spoke to Us Weekly about how Kourtney’s engagement to the musician has impacted the co-parents’ relationship, sharing: “What’s really got him riled up is the effect Travis and Kourtney’s relationship is having on his relationship with Kourtney.

“He’s trying to be the best parent he can be for their kids and make it work coparenting, but he’s having problems now with Kourtney.

Scott and Kourtney, 42, dated for nearly a decade and are parents to Mason, 11, Penelope, nine, and Reign, six.  

Kourtney's fiance will also appear on the Hulu series as their upcoming wedding will be filmed for the show.

A source recently told Life & Style that the pair are “planning to exchange vows next year,” adding that "Kourtney is already in wedding planning mode."

The insider revealed that fans will get a glimpse into the nuptials, sharing: "The cameras will be rolling for the Kardashians’ new Hulu series but certain aspects will be kept private."

Additionally, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum wants their wedding to "be a day to remember" and intends to spend quite a bit in order to achieve her dream ceremony and reception.

The source said: "It’ll be a no expense spared, and she’s planning to go all out.

"She wants the amazing dress, a huge cake, thousands of flowers and will hire the best caters in town."

This will be the model's first time walking down the isle, while Travis has been married twice before.

The Blink-182 drummer was married to ex-wife Shanna Moakler, 46, from 2004-2008, while he tied the knot with Melissa Kennedy in 2001 before their divorce in 2002.

He shares son Landon and daughter Alabama with Shanna.


Another insider told Life & Style that Scott “won’t be invited” to Travis and Kourtney’s wedding, though he “wouldn’t go even if he was invited.”

The source said: "Seeing Kourtney walk down the aisle would feel like a dagger in the heart … He’d rather not be there."

A source also previously told US Weekly, that Scott was "furious" over the engagement and is not convinced that the big day will happen.

"Scott still thinks that they could call things off before the wedding," added the insider.


More recently, a source revealed that Scott is trying to maintain relationships with his ex’s mom Kris Jenner, 66, and her sister Khloe Kardashian, 38, though is keeping distance from Kourtney.

The insider revealed: “The only one he’s been having problems with is with Kourtney.”

Adding that the relationship between Scott and Kourtney is “still strained,” the source continued: He’s always been close to Kris. He truly thinks of her as a second mom.

“He’s also very close to Khloe. The Kardashians will always be family to him.”


Last month, Khloe revealed the premiere date for the new series during an appearance on the Ellen show.

Khloe told Ellen the new show is expected to debut on the streaming network at the end of January or early in February.

She shared: "That's the beauty of Hulu. We're streaming, and we get to have a much quicker turnaround than previously. And we're really excited.

"They're here now in the back shooting with us, and we're so happy to be up and rolling again."

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