Lisa Rinna was not a fan of her 20-year-old daughter Amelia Hamlin dating 38-year-old Scott Disick. On Wednesday’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion show, Rinna revealed that social media drama involving a DM from Disick played a part in the two breaking up.

Rinna also noted that there were other factors in the breakup. She told Cohen that the relationship ended in September amid multiple issues, including the leaked DM.

“Well, I don’t think that was helpful… There’s never one reason why I think people split up, you know. Now’s the time to heal, now’s the time for everyone to heal.”

Rinna also informed Cohen that the breakup was Amelia Hamlin’s decision alone. She said the split was not mutual.

Disick stirred up controversy when he sent a DM to a mutual ex of Kourtney Kardashian. Disick criticized Kardashian for her public displays of affection with new fiancée Travis Barker.

The screenshot was shared by 28-year-old Kardashian ex-flame Younes Mendjima. Disick became the immediate target of ridicule after the leak.

How big of a role do you think Scott Disick’s leaked DM played in the breakup? Let us know in the comments!

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