Scott Disick sparks concern after fans spot something 'disturbing' about his eyes amid Kourtney Kardashian 'heartbreak'

SCOTT Disick has sparked concern after fans have spotted something "disturbing" about his eyes as Kourtney Kardashian's "breaks his heart."

His ex and baby mama Kourtney, 43, got married to her "true love," Travis Barker, 46, in Portofino, Italy this past weekend.

Scott, 39, has been "heartbroken" as he has been moving on after breaking up with Kourtney.

Kourtney shares her three children Mason, 12, Penelope, nine, and Reign, seven, with Scott, who she dated on and off for a decade until 2015.

Scott's ex snubbed him from being invited from the Italian wedding, and fans became concerned.

Recent photos of the former KUWTK star had fans concerned after they thought the star's eyes looked "tired, empty & sad."

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Fans thought Scott appeared distressed and that his eyes were filled with concern.

One fan wrote: "Is this guy okay?"

A second added: "Poor thing. He’s not looking healthy lately."

Yet a third said: "This is Scott's worst era."

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Last weekend, Scott was spotted leaving a bar in Hollywood solo as Kourtney was living it up in Italy with her PDA displays with Travis.

The star kept his head down as he crept out of a bar shortly after 1 AM on Sunday.

He kept a low profile by wearing shades, a NY Yankees cap and jacket over a hoodie.

On Instagram, the Talentless founder spent the weekend promoting identity theft software and fancy jewelry.

Fans on the social platform offered their support.

"Hope you’re doing ok. Wish you had gone to Italy because they are your family too," one fan posted, as another replied: "I hope you find your soulmate."

A third fan added: "Hang in there, Scott, your time will come. Do whatever you need to find peace in your life."

While one follower offered this comparison: "You are the most real person that was involved with the Kardashian clan. Don’t let them make you feel left out, because you have more class than Travis and better looks."


Scott flew out solo on the day of Kourtney's wedding ceremony.

He shared an Instagram Story Sunday photographed from inside a plane.

Scott captioned the snap: "Where 2?"

In a second image, the Californian shared an onboard screen that showed he was four hours away from his destination.

He wrote: "Next stop, the beach."


The decision to leave Scott's name off the invite list apparently came from Kourtney herself.

"He's not necessarily in a place where he wants to watch her get married," a source told Entertainment Tonight.

"He just isn't there emotionally yet. Kourtney wouldn't want him there if he’s going to be weird about it."

Although Scott has insisted that he feels happy for the already newlyweds, who officially traded "I do's" at a courthouse in Santa Barbara last week, the transition has still been difficult.

“Of course, it’s awkward for Scott," a source revealed to Us Weekly.

Scott and Kourtney, 43, previously dated for ten years before calling it quits in 2015.

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During the premiere of The Kardashians on Hulu, the businessman said: “It was a huge adjustment losing Kourtney romantically, but now it has become a huge adjustment losing her as sort of a best friend.

“Now we are really more co-parents. I would say it is probably one of the more difficult things in my life.”

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