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Kim Kardashian threatens to fire sister Kourtney from Keeping Up With The Kardashians after fight over her not sharing – The Sun

KIM Kardashian has warned elder sister Kourtney she faces the axe from the family's reality TV series because of her desire to "keep certain things private."

Scott Disick's ex refused to open up about a mysterious red mark on her neck on Sunday's episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

Her coy attitude, of course, would not wash with siblings Kim and Khloe, who demanded to know what it was and where it had come from.

Yet Kourt kept her mouth shut and left the room without an answer.

Not letting things lie her sisters tracked her down to a mystery home and charged inside – only to be caught red handed.

Explaining their reasons for playing detective Kim, who recently threw a lavish dinosaur birthday party for four year old son Saint, said fans believed she was "hiding" her life from the show.



Khloe added: “I'm not surprised that the report says that people don't feel like they know the real Kourtney, cause sometimes I don't think Kim and I know the real Kourtney."

Kim mused: “Kourtney having a hickey is like, wild to me.

“I had no idea she was even hooking up with someone.”

Delivering her stark threat over Facetime, Kim told Kourt: “We have a proposal for you. It starts with an f and ends with a d."


Initially, she appeared to brush off the threat.

Yet, perhaps when it sunk in properly, it appeared to hit her hard.

In a series of messages to Khloe she reacted in fury and told the camera: "If Kim thinks she has the power to fire me from our family show? It's just crazy.

"It's just sometimes we need a break and I don't want to film with Kim."

The sisters attempted to put pressure on momager Kris Jenner to take action – yet she was on Kourt's side.

They both confessed how they had found the filming tiring, with Kourt stating her wellbeing was paramount.

She added: "I, of course, am grateful for all the years of filming our show.

"But, you know, I've spent so many years on camera and I'm just in a different headspace.

"It just was a lot of pressure on an everyday life and I've just outgrown that.

"I think the private moments are so special and I just need more of them."

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