Kourtney Kardashian says she's 'triggered' by Tristan Thompson after he cheated on Khloe
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Kourtney Kardashian says she feels ‘triggered’ by Tristan Thompson after he cheated on her sister Khloe, saying even her daughter has picked up on what she thinks about him.
Kourtney, 44, isn’t afraid of speaking her mind, and rarely holds back when it comes to her family – even if it ends in drama.
Kourtney was waiting for Khloe, 39, and Tristan, 32, to come over to hers when she revealed how Penelope – her daughter with ex Scott Disick – had responded when she asked if it was okay for them to visit.
“I feel like she gets it from me,” Kourtney - who is currently pregnant with Travis Barker's baby, and about to pop any minute - said.
"I told her the first day of school, I was so triggered by him ... I know why, but I feel like we all brush it off and are fine, and then I was just so triggered and I was like … ‘I know why'.
"And I was like ‘I just can't do it anymore, like I just can't.'
She became even more blunt in a confessional, telling the cameras there are times where she simply can’t face him, knowing what he’s done to her sister.
"Tristan has made horrible decisions and choices with my sister,” she said.
“There's times when I'm so triggered by him 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."
Khloe, meanwhile, said she felt ‘really proud’ of herself for where she and Tristan are now, and how she is ‘able to allow him to be the father he wants to be'.
“But where I am at with Tristan has nothing to do with what I expect my family members to do,” she went on.
“If Penelope has feelings about Tristan, rightfully so. And good for you, girl.
“I want Penelope to have these feelings and I don’t wanna talk her out of them because I don’t want this behavior to be something that I'm validating or I'm justifying,
“I want her to know that how she feeling is the right way to feel. We should not accept someone treating us like this.”