Kourtney Kardashians ex Younes Bendjima was caught on camera allegedly beating a nightclub staff member, while stars like Drake and Odell Beckham Jr watched on.
And after the drama, Kourt is stirring the pot.
The 39-year-old seemed to allude to the allegations made against her ex-boyfriend when she labelled herself a proud wife on her latest Instagram story.
Oh, and if that didnt grab enough attention, shes also topless in the photo.
Kourtney shared a selfie from her jealousy-inducing walk-in wardrobe – Carrie Bradshaw, eat your heart out – in which she wore a pair of jeans, heels, and nothing else.
The mum-of-three had one arm across her chest, while she placed text reading proud wife across herself to act as a techy set of pasties.
Kourtney was most definitely aware that her caption would make people think she was poking fun at Younes – so she gave herself another excuse for being a proud wife.
She wrote: I swear this pic is about Stephs jeans, tagging former Kardashian personal assistant Stephanie Shepherd.
Suuuuure, Kourtney, sure.
In footage obtained by TMZ, a man identified as Younes by the website can be seen being led to a back door along with a group of other men, including Drake and Odell Beckham Jr.
But as they reach the door, a nightclub worker can be seen saying something, which incites rage in the man said to be Younes, who begins throwing vicious punches at the mans head.
The man is seen being pulled to the ground by his hair while other men join in raining blows.
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Although the attack happened back in March, the video has surfaced just weeks after the model split with Kourtney.
Kourtney has reportedly cut all contact with him after almost two years together allegedly after discovering hed cheated on her.
And since the break-up, Kourtney seems to have been living her best life, partying with pals and her sisters, and soaking up the sun in Calabasas.
No tub of Ben and Jerrys and a copy of The Notebook for her.
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