Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have bust up after he throws New Year's Eve bash in Las Vegas
It hasn't been a happy New Year for Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick as the pair have reportedly fallen out over his New Year’s Eve plans.
The estranged couple, who went their separate ways in July, continue to be a big part of each other’s lives thanks to their three children Mason, six, Penelope, three and baby Reign, 12 months.
It’s thought Scott’s love for the party lifestyle was one of the reasons they split, and his plans to host a New Year’s Eve bash at Las Vegas club 1Oak apparently don’t sit well with Kourtney.
“Kourtney’s really p**sed off about it,” an insider told New York Daily News’ Confidential.
“She said to Scott, ‘You’re begging me to come back, but then you’re doing this appearance - you’re never going to change.’
“Scott says it’s just business, he needs the money and promises he won’t drink but Kourtney isn’t buying it. She wants him to find something else to do businesswise that doesn’t involve being in nightclubs all night around booze and girls.”
Scott spent time in rehab in October to try and tackle his problems with alcohol. Kourtney’s mother Kris Jenner apparently believes his promise not to drink during the Vegas club appearance, allegedly telling her daughter “that he could use the $30,000 paycheque”.
Whispers have started to circulate that the former couple, who were together for nine years before their split, could be trying to work through their problems. In a new episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians Scott can be seen breaking down in tears as he talks to Kourtney and her younger sisters Kim and Khloé.
"I'm sure you guys have heard a lot of horrible things about me that I should have just been honest with but I was too ashamed that I was going to hurt everybody in this family and not just her,” he said, welling up.
“I've apologised to Kourtney a hundred times but I've never apologised to like all of you for letting all of you down and embarrassing you guys. I understand I need to help myself before I can help her or my kids."