Ah, Scott Disick.
Just when you think the Kardashian family's resident douche bro has reached his long-anticipated rock bottom, the Lord manages to find a new low.
Or perhaps the problem isn't that Disick keeps getting worse, but that he continually finds new and bizarre ways to set fire to his wildly privileged existence.
These days Scott's epic, months-long international bender seems to have come to end.
That's objectively a good thing, as those who know him best believe Disick was on the verge of drinking himself to death.
But just because the father of three is no longer reenacting Leaving Las Vegas, that doesn't mean he isn't royally pissing off his loved ones left and right.
These days Scott is dating Sofia Richie, and as though the idea of a 34-year-old drunk dad hooking up with a teenager isn't repellent enough, the situation is made worse by the fact that Scott is apparently the immature one in the relationship.
According to Page Six, Scott and Sofia were in Aspen to celebrate New Year's Eve, and they received quite a shock when they stopped by some random rich people party (as though there's any other kind in Aspen) and encountered Sofia's ex-boyfriend Lewis Hamilton.
Hamilton also dated Kendall Jenner, so this situation was all kinds of awkward from the get-go.
To make matters worse, it seems Hamilton was involved in a billiards game with $100,000 on the line, because apparently dude is basically homophobic James Bond.
It's bad enough to unexpectedly run into one of your new girlfriend's exes, but it's even worse when he's doing something awesome, like betting $100,000 on a billiards game.
Shockingly, Disick had been imbibing, and he reportedly lost it when he saw Hamilton and Richie conversing.
“Sofia started talking to Lewis during the [pool] game,” says a source.
“When Scott saw them talking, he went ballistic, crazy. He was very jealous. He insisted they leave the party immediately.”
As is always the case with this sort of thing, reps who weren't even there for the incident have stepped in to assure us that there's no issue:
“Although Mr. Hamilton was in Aspen for the holiday, there was no jealousy, no fight, and no issue; rather, as Ms. Richie has herself confirmed, there was a perfectly friendly, polite exchange and any claim to the contrary is simply false," a source for Hamilton claims.
So we'll put the question to you, dear reader:
What's more likely, that Scott handled the situation like an adult, or that he flipped out like the petulant drunk toddler that he is?
We rest our case.