Scott Disick receives backlash over comments about Khloe Kardashian's body
The 38-year old first received criticism after demanding Khloe, 37, be his "topless maid" – with followers then outraged further after he appeared to shamelessly attempt to flirt with the Kardashians star on an Instagram story.
Earlier Khloe – who is the younger sister of Scott's ex-girlfriend Kourtney with whom he shares three kids – had kindly used her own platform to promote Scott's newest clothing range for his Talentless brand.
Her snap featured four different two-piece sweat-suit sets in black, grey, cream and blue tie dye style, which had been laid out on her patio furniture.
Scott, however, then shared Khloe's post alongside the caption: "Wear it well with that body Khlo."
One disgruntled Reddit user commented on the situation: "I wonder what Kourtney thinks of her ex always hitting on her sister. This family is so messy."
Another added: "I think once you're the ex boyfriend of your sister, the weird jokes and flirtations completely cease to be funny."
A third said: "I would be appalled if my brother in law (I have one so I’m using him) said that in a post to me. A simple 'I know you'll look great wearing them!' isn't sufficient enough?"
And discussing the pair's relationship in the new series of The Kardashians on Hulu, another user said: "It’s creepy for sure. It has always been their dynamic but Khloe used to be joking right there with him and this season she seems to not be into it at all. Hopefully he realises that sooner than later and stops. It always leaves me feeling icky."
In a recent episode Khloe got down on her hands and knees to clean up a mess made by Scott's dog.
Seeing her on all fours prompted him to make suggestive comments towards her though, including: "Oh, there you go, get down on it, Khloverton. Get down on it."
He continued: "Do your thing, you look hot. I would hire you, if like, hot maids, topless maids, or something."
Khloe simply responded: "Okay, well, I wouldn't be topless."
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