Scott Disick Agrees To Give Up Alcohol Until Kourtney Kardashian Gives Birth

    July 28, 2014
    Meaghan Ellis
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Scott Disick is trying to make better decisions for the sake of his family.

His life changes follow his recent health scare which resulted in alcohol poisoning, which resulted in hospitalization.

Several media outlets have also reported his binge drinking and excessive partying has put a strain on his relationship with Keeping Up With the Kardashians star Kourtney Kardashian.

Since Scott and the 35-year-old reality TV starlet are expecting their third child, she definitely doesn’t need the stress. So, he’s making strides to be a better man.

According to US Weekly, Scott has opted to give up alcohol until Kourtney gives birth to their third child in December. An inside source shared details about his decision with the publication.

“He stopped drinking cold turkey—and promised he won’t drink again until after Kourtney gives birth,” the source revealed. “Scott knew he had hit rock bottom.” Scott reportedly sees his recent bout with alcoholism as a “wake up call,” but as far as Kourtney is concerned, he’d better make it count.

“[Kourtney] told him that was the last straw,” the source explained. Scott has definitely had his fair share of trying times over the past year. The 31-year-old reality star lost both of his parents in less than three months.

Scott reportedly used alcohol and excessive partying as a form of self-medication to escape the troubles of his life. However, another insider revealed he’s doing much better now.  “[He] went through a dark place,” a source told the publication, but “is doing great now.”

A couple weeks ago, another source close to Scott also shared a few details about his current state of mind. He’s reportedly sought the help of Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr. for spiritual guidance. Now, he’s moving forward.

“Scott has known that he needed help for a while, but he just wasn’t ready to take that leap,” a close source said. “He finally had to humble himself and say, ‘Hey, I need help.’ It was a big step for him, and it took a lot of faith on his part.”

Image via Scott Disick, Twitter

  • rehabilitated_horemonger

    for his kids he should. but that family and the queen Kris K would drive any normal man to drink.

  • melissa

    He should give up fathering bastard children until he married too!

  • MM811

    what happens after she gives birth?

  • angry_girl

    Okay, I see a couple of red flags here. One, he says he was drinking and partying to excess to self-medicate his problems in real-life. WTF kind of problems can HE possibly have? Not enough caviar and champagne? Short on cash so he can’t make the payment on his yaght? Yeah, right. Secondly, anyone who puts a condition of when he’ll start and stop drinking (the birth of his 3rd child) is definitely an alcoholic (trust me folks. I had a bad relationship just like that but without the kids, thank goodness). This spoiled, entitled, hot mess needs to get his self together pronto, marry the baby-mama and give those babies a stable life. Personally, I’d like to punch him in his smug face. Just sayin’

    • real talk

      If you read the article, he lost both his parents within three months. Losing a parent is never easy for any person. He went through a deep and dark depression and this was his wake up call. Yes he gave up drinking until she gives birth, but hopefully he will stop cold turkey for good now. He turned to alcohol as his resolution to deal with the pain and hurt he is going threw. A lot of people do that when they lose someone.

  • s

    It’s his own responsibility to handle this. No one else’s. He needs inpatient intensive rehab for at least 6 months to a year. He won’t do that. He will die from this disease, my mother did. At the very least he will totally mess up his neurological and organic systems and then his liver will fall out if his body and he will bleed to death. Someone might want to tell him it’s a painful way to die.

  • cowboy

    perhaps a new bible and taking the “family” to church where Jesus Christ is taught.