Kourtney and Kris unimpressed with party-boy Scott


Scott Disick’s family is reportedly concerned about his party habits. The 31-year-old socialite has two children with partner Kourtney Kardashian, and she is heavily pregnant with their third. Now it seems he is behaving in a way that has Kourtney and her mother Kris Jenner raising their eyebrows.

'During the party he was acting like he was 21 years old at a club for the first time'

“At Kris’ birthday party at 1 Oak, Scott was acting like a drunk idiot and was drinking a lot,” an insider told InTouch Weekly.

The Kardashian matriarch had a party thrown for her 59th birthday at the Las Vegas venue, and although her daughters were unable to make it, Scott was there. He was pictured on the night helping his girlfriend’s mother celebrate in a vibrant manner.

“During the party he sprayed the crowd with champagne and was acting like he was 21 years old at a club for the first time,” according to the source. “He was celebrating the birthday of the mother of his girlfriend... not with his buddies in the Hamptons.”

And apparently Kris was not thrilled about Scott’s choices. However, she is said to have concealed her worry with a straight face in front of the cameras.

“You could tell Kris was trying to act like it was no big deal and she was totally cool with it, but she wasn’t happy and doesn’t know how Kourtney can deal with it this long,” the insider added.

Scott and Kourtney have been together since 2006, and will welcome baby number three in December this year. They’re currently promoting Keeping Up With the Kardashians spinoff Kourtney & Khloé Take the Hamptons, and the show sees plenty of turmoil between the couple. Episodes see Scott getting chastised for heading out on partying binges while his pregnant wife is at home, and fiery arguments ensue between them on camera.

“It was a very emotional season,” Kourtney recently told “I feel like a lot of it was pretty dark. Like the first half of the season.”

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