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Disick: I’m not sure I deserve birthday gifts

Published 25/05/2015

Scott Disick
Scott Disick

Scott Disick is planning to keep things low-key while celebrating his birthday next week.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, who shares three small children with partner Kourtney Kardashian, turns 32 years old on May 26.

Scott has been in and out of rehab several times for drinking issues in the past few years, and the reality TV personality has joked he doubts he’ll receive any presents from Kourtney for his birthday.

"Hard to say,” he laughed to People magazine about whether or not he deserves a gift this year.

Scott lives in a Calabasas, California mansion with girlfriend Kourtney and their children.

In March he enrolled himself in a Costa Rican rehab programme, but left after just a few days.

And in keeping with his newfound sobriety, Scott will most likely throw a low-key bash on Tuesday.

"Probably just do a little barbecuing at the house, nothing too crazy,” he said of how he’ll celebrate his new age.

Scott and Kourtney got all of the partying out of their system already, as they attended a special birthday bash for him held at the 1OAK nightclub in Las Vegas on Saturday May 23.

Speculation is rife the couple have been experiencing a rough patch in their romance for several months, but Kourtney’s appearance in Sin City with Scott over the weekend seems to negate rumours of a desperate relationship struggle.

However, a source has previously claimed the duo lead completely separate lives behind closed doors.

“The relationship has run its course,” the insider told Radar Online recently. “Scott continues to sleep in a separate bedroom at their house. He feels neglected and has accused Kourtney of caring more about their three children. They are just living completely different lives. It’s only a matter of time until Scott moves out of the house, and they formally breakup.”

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