Scott Disick
Scott Disick is seen breaking down in tears as he apologizes to the Kardashian family on "Keeping up With the Kardashians." Getty Images/Chris Weeks/Calvin Klein

Scott Disick has been having a tough year. In a sneak peek to an upcoming episode of “Keeping up With the Kardashians,” the troubled reality star is seen breaking down, as he apologizes to Kourtney Kardashian’s family following their breakup.

“This is the stuff that I don’t understand….you say ‘Oh I don’t have a family and I don’t have all these things,’ and then we give you one. Why do you like, destroy it?” says Khloe Kardashian, in a video shared by E! Online. Scott is in Kris Jenner’s house, and he is seen having an emotional conversation with his ex-girlfriend, her mom, and her sisters Kim and Khloe.

“I’m sure you guys have heard a lot of horrible things about me that I should have just been honest with, but I was too ashamed that I was gonna hurt everybody in this family and not just her,” says Scott. His voice starts to break as he continues to speak to the family. “I’ve apologized to Kourtney a hundred times, but I’ve never apologized to all of you for like, letting all of you down, and embarrassing you guys,” he says.

Everyone stays silent and listens intently as Scott continues to become more emotional. Kourtney could be seen wiping away tears in the corners of her eyes as Scott continues. “I understand I have to help myself, way before I can help her and my kids or whatever. But it’s just been a really hard time going from having all of you guys to having nothing,” he says.

Kourtney and Scott broke up in July, after he was photographed partying and canoodling with another woman while on a trip to Monaco. Kourtney broke down in tears in front of the cameras in the Season 10 finale of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” after she sees the photos. Season 11 has shown some of the aftermath of the breakup, including how much Kourtney is still affected by Scott’s actions.

The full confrontation will be seen when the series returns next Sunday at 9:00 p.m. ET on E!.