The Love Island star, 26, was quizzed about the message she received from Scott, 37, last month during a Q and A over the weekend.
Megan said she didn’t think the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star had been the one to type out the message on his profile, because he used the word ‘mugged off’ – hinting it was Eyal who wrote it instead.
Theory: Megan Barton Hanson has revealed she doesn’t think it was Scott Disick who sent a DM message slamming her treatment of Eyal Booker during her stint on Love Island
One follower asked Megan: ‘Am I late to the party, did Scott Disick really PM you? Xx’.
To which the reality star replied: ‘So late! Yeah but I don’t think it was him “mugged off” really?’
Megan hinted she thought it was actually her ex Eyal, 25, who sent the message behind the masquerade on Scott’s profile.
MailOnline has contacted Eyal’s representatives for comment.
Perplexed: The Love Island star, 26, was quizzed about the message she received from Scott, 37, (pictured) last month during a Q and A over the weekend
Hint: One follower asked Megan: ‘Am I late to the party, did Scott Disick really PM you? Xx’. To which the reality star replied: ‘So late! Yeah but I don’t think it was him “mugged off” really?’
Connection:Megan hinted she thought it her ex Eyal, 25, who sent the message , as Scott is dating Amelia Hamlin, 19, while Eyal is dating Amelia’s sister Delilah, 21 (pictured)
Late last month Megan was left perplexed when Disick contacted her on Instagram and demand she apologise to Eyal for being ‘disrespectful’ during their stint on Love Island.
Scott’s defensive remarks came days after he confirmed his romance with Amelia Hamlin, 19, the younger sister of Eyal’s girlfriend Delilah Belle Hamlin, 21.
‘Absurd’: With a screen grab of the messages, Megan said: ‘It’s not often I’m left speechless but… sorry? What have I just read? Genuinely a little concerned about Scott though’
Megan shared the random correspondence on her Instagram Story, telling her fans she was left ‘speechless’ and ‘genuinely concerned’ by Scott’s messages.
Scott said: ‘Hey, I recently saw your program Love Island. I had a few questions for you about it. Let me know when you’re around to speak about it,’ to which Megan replied: ‘Hey you… What do you wanna know? x’
He continued: ‘I was recently introduced to a beautiful man, named Eyal, when I went to see what he’s done on TV, I was astonished by your behaviour.
‘Deceased!’ Megan laughed off the KUWTK star’s surprising remarks as she uploaded hilarious memes about their virtual encounter
‘To find you mugging him off and taking full advantage of his unbelievably beautiful sense of humour and vulnerability – I’m extremely disturbed that anyone could be so disrespectful to somebody for no good reason.
‘I would like to know if you’d be willing to write him an apology. The fact you told him he wasn’t funny – when in fact, you are not Jim Carrey is absurd.’
With a screen grab of the messages, Megan said: ‘It’s not often I’m left speechless but… sorry? What have I just read? Genuinely a little concerned about Scott though.’
Oh dear: Megan and Eyal met on the reality series back in 2018 and went onto couple up and have sex in the villa, before swiftly ending their romance
Megan and Eyal met on the reality series and went onto couple up and have sex in the villa, before swiftly ending their romance.
Islander Eyal failed to make a long-lasting connection on the show, with model Hayley Hughes sarcastically calling him ‘hun’ during one dispute, of which he replied: ‘I’m not your hun, hun.’
Megan has since laughed off the messages between herself and Scott, and shared a hilarious meme to her Instagram Story.
The model shared a tweet which read: ‘When you thought you were gonna be Masons [Scott’s 10-year-old son with ex Kourtney Kardashian] step mum But really Scott wanted a written apology’ (sic), alongside cheeky snaps of her on the show.
So funny: Scott also re-posted a collection of clips from TikTok user Sarel Madzebra to his Instagram Story, where she commented on the encounter and read out the direct messages