'KUWTK' Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian, Scott Disick Breakup Rumors: Rehab After Drinking Abuse Rumors?
Rumors are once again flying that Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kourtney Kardashian could be headed towards a breakup from baby daddy Scott Disick. According to a new tabloid report, Scott could be headed into rehab, in order to cope with his alleged heavy drinking and alcohol abuse.
Despite being pregnant with the couple's third child, Kourtney Kardashian may be thinking about splitting up from her longtime partner, Scott Disick.
This is certainly how InTouch made things seem with their August 27 exclusive. According to one insider who spoke with the publication, Scott has returned to his partying ways:
"He and a friend partied at Foxwoods' Shrine nightclub. He got completely wasted - blackout drunk - again...He looked exhausted and rough. It was like he was hungover. Kourtney is scared that if he doesn't get help he could end up dead...[She] asks him daily to go to rehab."
To make matters worse, the source claims that Scott was getting trashed before his appearance at Foxwoods casino.
This isn't the first report we've seen to suggest that Scott has trouble with alcohol.
In fact, numerous reports surfaced last December which suggested that Scott has been spinning out of control. According to Radar Online, Scott doesn't know when to call it quits:
"On Dec. 7, Scott was spotted swaying, staggering and looking bleary-eyed at future brother-in-law West's Yeezus concert in Houston, Texas...Just a week earlier, Disick - who has two kids with Kourtney, Mason, 4, and Penelope, 18 months - was partying it up in Arizona, where he was seen pouring vodka shots over college students at a Tucson bar..."
What do you think about the latest rumors? Is there any truth to claims that Scott has been partying too hard? Do you believe the tabloid reports which have been circulating for over a year?
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