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Disick ‘spiralling out of control’

Published 20/07/2015

Scott Disick
Scott Disick

Scott Disick “looked a mess” at a party he held at his new bachelor pad, according to a source.

The 32-year-old split from long-term girlfriend and mother of his three children Kourtney Kardashian earlier this month. Scott has since moved out of the family home and into his own place and has reportedly been partying hard ever since to mask his heartbreak.

“He's in a black hole," a source told People magazine. "It's a whole lot of darkness where he's at right now. He's spiralling out of control."

Scott has taken up residence in a property he bought as an investment a number of years ago. On July 16 a group of women were pictured entering his home for a party, and Scott reportedly did his best to be the host with the most.

“Scott was partying and looked a mess,” a guest told the publication.

The couple had been together for nearly ten years but split soon after photos emerged of Scott getting cosy with stylist and former flame Chloe Bartoli while on holiday in Europe.

The reality star didn’t attend daughter Penelope’s third birthday earlier this month and Kourtney has been seeking solace among her family during such a difficult time.

“Kourtney again spent a lot of time with Khloé and Kim. The girls filmed at Hugo's in Agoura Hills," a source added of a recent outing. "She seemed happy to be with her sisters."

As well as Penelope, Scott and Kourtney have sons Mason, five and seven-month-old Reign together.

But hopes of a reconciliation look unlikely, after another insider previously told People that the 36-year-old can barely look at her former beau.

“Kourtney is so upset with Scott right now that the thought of taking him back makes her sick to her stomach," they said. "He crossed the line for the last time, and there's no turning back."

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