Kourtney Kardashian admits she’s ‘triggered’ by Khloe’s ex Tristian Thompson

Kourtney Kardashian has confessed she's "triggered" by her sister Khloe's ex, Tristan Thompson, who she described as "horrible".

Khloe and Tristan, who have two children together, had a rocky relationship which ended when the basketball star fathered a child with his personal trainer.

Despite this, Tristan still spends time with the Kardashians due to co-parenting duties and lived with Khloe for a short time after his mother died.

In a recent episode of The Kardashians, Kourtney revealed her true feelings about Tristan, admitting she harbours resentment for how he treated her sister.

This came to light when Tristan arrived with Khloe to pick up Kourtney's daughter Penelope for a day out.

Kourtney was chilling at home when her sister Khloe called her on FaceTime, asking if her daughter Penelope would like to spend the afternoon with them.

Kourtney shouted out to her daughter: "P, Koko's gonna come grab you on the golf cart. Tristan's with them, is that okay?" to which Penelope replied: "Yeah, I'm fine."

Penelope didn't seem too thrilled about Tristan joining in, and Kourtney thinks she knows why.

She said: "I feel like she gets it from me. I told her like the first day of school, I was like so triggered by him I don't know why."

The producer responded: "You know why," as Kourtney then confessed: "Right, I know why but I was like, I feel like we all just brush it off and are fine and then I was just like so triggered and I was like, I just can't do it anymore."

In a heartfelt confession, Kourtney shared her feelings about Tristian.

She said: "Tristan has made horrible decisions and choices with my sister," she added: "There's times when I'm so triggered by him and I can't be around him and then there's times when I just let it go because we just want harmony and you know, he's the father of my niece and nephew."

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