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Kourtney 'fed up with Khloé influencing Scott'

Published 05/05/2015

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian is reportedly fed up with how her sister Khloé handles Scott Disick's drinking problem.

Kourtney and Scott have been an item since 2006 and despite past break ups, they are now proud parents to their three children, Penelope, Mason and Reign.

However, Scott's drinking apparently continues to be a problem and sources say Kourtney is getting bored of his friendship with Khloé.

“Kourtney is fed up at Khloé over this whole situation!” an insider told Radar. “She thinks that Khloé is enabling Scott."

Scott has had a highly-publicised battle with alcohol and last month checked himself into rehab. However he reportedly only managed 12 hours at the Costa Rican centre.

It's now emerged that later this month he's planning a huge joint birthday with Khloé at a Vegas hotspot.

“Scott told Kourtney that Khloé was going to be hosting a huge party for him in Las Vegas at 1OAK on May 22 and 23 to celebrate both of their upcoming birthdays," the source said.

“Kourtney and Khloé had it out over that. Khloé tries to pretend that she always has Scott’s best interest in mind, but it is not the case.”

The Kardashians are no strangers to drama and happily document the ups and downs of their lives on TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

No subject is off limits, and in a forthcoming episode of the show Scott stumbles out of the bedroom seemingly intoxicated. Kourtney is on the phone to Khloé, with the younger sibling making a joke about the situation.

“[Khloé] is the one who is always setting up a storyline on the show that centres around [Scott] being wasted and it is not cute anymore,” the insider sighed.

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