Kourtney Kardashian Throws Affair in Kris Jenner’s Face
A shot has been fired by Kourtney Kardashian.
An explosive, personal, unexpected shot against her mother, that is.
In the clip featured here from Sunday's episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Khloe tries to play mediator between Kris Jenner and her oldest daughter.
It's not really clear what has brought these three family members into the living room and what has caused them to arrive at the topic at hand…
… but the conversation immediately turned to men, romances and extramarital affairs!
"For some reason, you do not give mom the benefit of the doubt, ever, from your childhood and it's really unfair," Khloe randomly says, pulling out the name of Kris' long-ago lover and adding:
"You only remember with Todd, or this or that."
(Todd, you may or may not recall, would be Todd Waterman, a man with whom Jenner has admitted sleeping in 1989 while married to Robert Kardashian Sr.)
"I don't sit there and dwell about Todd," says a shocked Kourtney, priort o Kris telling her that she has "her own Todd right now."
Ouch, Kourtney replies. Also: WTH?!?
"No, I actually don't. I'm actually not married and I'm not having an affair," Kourtney claps back, presumably talking about then-boyfriend Younes Bendjima based on the timeline of when this episode was likely filmed.
"You can't compare one to the other, it's absolutely not true," she adds.
The sneak peek concludes with Khloe telling her sister:
"Sometimes our memories get a little warped by our age, but don't be so hard on your mom."
Jenner opened up about cheating on Kardashian Sr. in her 2011 memoir, Kris Jenner…And All Things Kardashian.
In 1989, she had an affair Waterman, an elicit act that prompted the divorce.
In an interview with Fox News Channel’s OBJECTified this summer, Kris confessed the affair was “nothing I’m proud of.”
“When I look back on it now, probably one of my biggest regrets in my life is that that marriage fell apart,” she said on this program.
Check out this clip to see her discuss it once again.