If you’ve ever wondered what exactly Scott Disick, the ostensibly wealthy, Patrick Bateman-esque baby daddy of Kourtney Kardashian, does for a living, you’re not alone. But a tasty tidbit of information reported on “exclusively” by InTouch might finally help to unravel the puzzle.
As it turns out, in addition to siring new Kardashians and running “multiple companies in the vitamin world,” he may very well have an extra stash of cash from his secret career as various teenage girls’ imaginary boyfriend. Specifically: he used to model for the covers of the young adult series Heartland, which takes place (where else?) on a horse farm. His role? Ty, the hunky stable hand.
So dreamy, yet non-sexually-threatening! That said, you’d have to be a damn fool to trust your teenage daughter to a boy with eyebrows so intensely horizontal.
“Scott was an awkward teenager — completely different than how he portrays himself now,” another former YA cover model told In Touch. (Their name was withheld, I’m presuming, to avoid making waves in the former YA cover model community.) “He really just came in, got makeup done, stood in front of the camera and left pretty silently, too. Nothing at all like the Scott we know now 12 years later.”
Do you hear that? Scott Disick is a narcissism sleeper agent, who only became a disgusting fameball when the Kardashians spoke a classified series of words to him. Who knew? I’d say these teen modeling photos are potentially embarrassing to him, but he lost his capacity for shame the second those classified syllables were uttered.
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