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Kourtney Kardashian’s nanny quits after baby scratches her


Kourtney Kardashian’s nanny quits after baby scratches her


Kourtney Kardashian, star of the popular reality TV show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” has recently experienced a setback in her household after her nanny quit following an incident involving her and Scott Disick’s 7-year-old daughter, Penelope “P” Disick.

The nanny resigned after Penelope allegedly scratched her in the face, an event that was featured in a recent episode of the show.

Kourtney, the eldest of the Kardashian/Jenner sisters, is known for her role in the hit E! series, which follows her, her mother Kris Jenner, and her four sisters – Kim Kardashian West, Khloé Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, and Kylie Jenner – as they navigate their personal and professional lives.

Kourtney shares three children with ex-partner Scott Disick, who is also a star of his own reality show “Flip It like Disick.”

The two have been co-parenting since their split in 2015 and have 9-year-old Mason Disick, 7-year-old Penelope Disick, and 4-year-old Reign Disick.

The incident involving the nanny and Penelope was brought up in last Sunday’s episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” after a teaser had hinted that Kris’ long-term boyfriend, Corey Gamble, had made a comment about the situation.


In the episode, Kourtney revealed that the nanny had said “P was really upset. She was putting her in the car, and she scratched her in the face. But P can be out of control. I think she almost, like, blacks out and does these wild things.”

Kourtney’s sister, Kim, then suggested that she reach out to the nanny and apologize. Kim also mentioned that she had faced similar issues with her own children, saying that her 6-year-old daughter “North tried to bite my nanny and said, ‘I don’t want a nanny anymore. You can go home,’ and I said, ‘You can’t fire our nanny.'”

Their mother, Kris, weighed in on the situation, calling it “much more serious” than Kourtney was making it out to be.

She added, “I have six kids. Not once in my entire life did anyone ever have a complaint like this.”

Kris went on to suggest that they take action to address the issue before it got out of control.

Kourtney, however, disagreed and brought up her own past experiences with nannies, saying that she used to “f–king slap [her] nannies, like, bam across the face.”

Despite this, Kourtney did agree that Penelope should be punished but stated that “there’s nothing I can take away from [Penelope] physically that she will care about it… Penelope doesn’t care.”

This led to Gamble and Scott Disick getting into a heated argument, with Gamble suggesting that “whippin’ is that discipline” that Penelope needs and Disick, as a protective father, being strongly opposed to the idea.

The dinner conversation quickly escalated into a heated argument between Gamble and Disick, with Kourtney trying to mediate the situation.

Fans of the show had mixed reactions to Gamble’s comments and actions, with some agreeing that he was right to speak his mind while others thought that he had overstepped his boundaries.

Despite the nanny quitting, it seems that Kourtney and Penelope will be able to find another one, as celebrity nannies are a dime a dozen in Hollywood.

However, the incident has highlighted the need for the family to address Penelope’s behavior and find ways to discipline her in a constructive and effective manner.

The episode also raises important questions about the role of nannies in the lives of celebrities and their children, and the challenges that come with raising children in the public eye.

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