Scott and Kourtney have always had a rocky relationship, but things are worse than ever for the duo and now, a source confirms to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that the couple is on the verge of a major split.
Kourtney Kardashian, 35, openly praised Scott Disick, 31, for entering rehab and even said it would “better their relationship”. Sadly, Scott checked out of the Costa Rica treatment facility after just 12 hours and headed out to party. So is that the reason Kourtney’s ready to walk away? Here’s what we know.
Kourtney Kardashian’s Breakup With Scott Disick: Relationship Hanging By Thread
Kourtney has allegedly kicked Scott out of their Calabasas mansion, a new report claims, but a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that the mother of three hasn’t gone that far — yet! “Kourtney isn’t going to leave him right now. She’s standing by him, but their relationship is hanging by a thread. Scott isn’t any better — he’s not taking his sobriety seriously at all.”
“It’s heartbreaking for her because she can see how much pain he’s in, but it’s getting to the point where she doesn’t know how much more can she take,” the source adds.
Poor Kourtney! We really hope Scott can get it together.
Scott Disick: Is He Putting Partying Ahead Of His Family?
Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like Kourtney is having much of an effect on getting Scott to change his hard partying ways. Not only did he bail on rehab, but he just announced plans to make a paid appearance at 1Oak nightclub in Las Vegas on March 27.
Not exactly a smart move, considering he just admitted to the world how bad his problems really are. But then again, we’re not all that shocked that Scott didn’t take his rehab seriously because a source already told HollywoodLife.com that Scott’s trip to rehab was nothing but another paid appearance.
We’re starting to think Kourtney might be better off without him! But what do you think, Hollywoodlifers? Should Kourtney dump Scott until he commits to getting sober? Or should she stand by her man? Let us know!
— Susan Johnson