Wow, this is pretty serious. A source has revealed EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com that Kourtney Kardashian is working hard to stage an intervention for Scott Disick.
Kourtney Kardashian, 36, might be done with Scott Disick, 32, but that doesn’t mean she no longer cares about his well being. For the sake of their children — Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and 7-month-old Reign — Kourtney is slowly but surely trying to get Scott’s loved ones to help her plan an intervention in hopes of saving not just his life, but his relationship with their children.
Well, maybe not all love has been lost in this relationship. Although Kourtney has completely cut Scott off after his alleged affair with his ex, Chloe Bartoli, the mother of his children is still concerned about his future. In fact, a source close to the former couple tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that Kourtney is planning an intervention in hopes of saving Scott from himself. To hear more about Kourtney and Scott, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!
“Despite not speaking to him, Kourtney still cares about Scott’s welfare,” the source explained. “She knows it’s vitally important for their children to have a father who is there for them and not staying out all night partying. They can’t have a drunk as a father.”
So, how is Kourtney trying to get Scott’s mind right? She’s enlisting the help of his loved ones. The source shared, “Kourtney is even talking to Scott’s good friends, trying to organize an intervention. She’s not the one who is going to Jersey to get him, but she has talked to some of his good pals about pushing him into rehab.
Although it’s a really great idea for Kourtney and Scott’s friends and family to express their concerns, our source explained that it won’t be that easy to get Scott back on the right track. “The problem is Scott just won’t go,” the source explained, revealing that it’s highly unlikely a surprise intervention would make things better for him. Eek.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers — Should Kourtney plan the intervention? Do you think it will help Scott? Comment below.
— Lauren Cox, with reporting by Tim Plant