Khloe Kardashian defends sister Kourtney amid Penelope parenting backlash
Khloe Kardashian has jumped to her sister Koutney Kardashian's defence over her discipline techniques.
The reality TV star is mother to Mason, nine, Penelope, seven, and Reign, four, with ex-partner Scott Disick, and became embroiled in a heated spat with mother Kris Jenner's boyfriend Corey Gamble during Sunday night's episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians.
Kourtney, Scott and Corey came to blows at the dinner table over their decisive views about disciplining children.
The argument comes after it was previously reported the nanny quit after "out of control" Penelope scratched her face.
A disgruntled Corey said if Penelope was ever to "scratch him", he would give her a "spanking for sure".
His comments didn't go down well with father Scott who responded by screaming: "Don't ever talk to my child like that!"
Kourtney and Scott both disagreed with Corey's view, and sister Khloe, who is mum to daughter True with ex boyfriend Tristan Thompson, soon backed her sibling on social media.
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Writing to her 27.4million followers, she put: "When it comes to discipline and your children … no one should judge. Everyone should do what's best for their family.
"We all may parent differently but I would always respect how my sisters choose to discipline."
Khloe's comments come following the episode which saw Scott blast Corey for thinking it's ok for suggesting he'd spank Penelope, while Kourtney admitted she didn't want him looking after any of her children alone.
Corey fuelled the fire by saying: ''If P scratch me, I'm whipping her a**.''
Scott fumed: "My daughter? My little daughter?! … Don't ever talk about a child like that!"
Kris tried to fan the flames and insisted Corey didn't mean the comments literally and would never hurt Penelope.
"Because he will never be with my kids alone and if he does that in front of any of us there will be a f***ing issue,'' Kourney hit back.
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