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Kourtney ‘cuts off contact with Scott’

Published 10/07/2015

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian is said to have cut off contact with estranged partner Scott Disick, and has apparently banned him from seeing their three children.

It was reported earlier this week that Kourtney and Scott had called time on their relationship after nine years together.

And while neither party have officially confirmed the allegations, new claims have revealed details of the supposed split.

According to the New York Daily News, Kourtney has cut off all contact with her former partner, and has forbidden him from seeing their children, Mason, Penelope and Reign.

Scott did post a message in honour of Penelope though, calling her one of the few things he is proud of in life as the little girl celebrated her third birthday.

The outlet reports that Kourtney’s mother Kris Jenner is the only one currently in touch with Scott, and is doing her best to urge him to attend a rehab centre to get his substance abuse problem, which is “worse than ever” under control.

Kris spoke about Kourtney’s alleged newly-single status as she attended the premiere of new movie The Gallows this week.

“She's good. Kourtney's good," Kris told Entertainment Tonight. "[She's] hanging in there."

Prior to Kourtney and Scott’s alleged split, her sister Khloé had a close relationship with her sibling’s partner, spending a lot of time both personally and professionally with him.

However, it has now been claimed that Khloé has apologised to her sister for supporting Scott when it was really help that he needed.

Rumours also emerged about Scott’s infidelity when he was photographed getting cosy with his ex-girlfriend in Monaco last weekend.

"After Khloé found out about his cheating, she told Kourtney that she was ‘so very sorry' for believing all of Scott's lies," a source told RadarOnline.com.

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