Scott Disick got into a serious car accident over the weekend but walked away unscathed.
The reality star flipped his wide-body Lamborghini Urus on Sunday around 3 p.m. while driving through the gated community of The Oaks in Calabasas, California. Law enforcement confirmed to TMZ that no other cars were involved in the accident and Disick did not appear impaired and also did not sustain any serious injuries. It added that, while the Talentless designer did have minor cuts on his head, he refused medical attention when paramedics arrived on the scene. It’s unclear what exactly caused the luxury SUV to flip over, but sources told the outlet speed seems to have played a factor, and in photos of the overturned car, it appears that the SUV also ran into a stone mailbox, which may have caused it to flip. The Lamborghini had to be towed from the scene, and no arrests were made as a result of the incident. Disick also didn’t receive a citation of any kind for the accident.
Sources also confirmed to the outlet that Disick, who shares three kids with Kourtney Kardashian, was alone in the car at the time. Their children appeared to be spending the weekend with their mom; Kardashian posted a photo of herself and their youngest son, Reign, on Instagram hanging out in the pool that same day. “Happy Sunday! xo, Kourtney and Reign,” she captioned the carousel of silly photos of them soaking up some sun.
Scott Disick has been candid about how difficult it has been to make the transition from being in a relationship with the Poosh founder to just being coparents. In the premiere episode of The Kardashians in April, he said, “It was a huge adjustment losing Kourtney romantically, but now it’s becoming a huge adjustment losing her as kind of a best friend. Now we’re really just more of coparenters. I would say it’s probably one of the more difficult things in my life.”
This is also the second scare Kardashian has had to face in recent months involving someone close to her. In July her husband Travis Barker was rushed to the hospital for pancreatitis. Following his hospitalization, Barker shared on Instagram, “I went in for an endoscopy Monday feeling great. But, after dinner, I developed excruciating pain and have been hospitalized ever since. During the endoscopy, I had a very small polyp removed right in a very sensitive area, usually handled by specialists, which unfortunately damaged a critical pancreatic drainage tube. This resulted in severe, life-threatening pancreatitis.” But he added, “I am so very, very grateful that with intensive treatment I am currently much better.”
This post was originally published in Vanity Fair.