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Thursday 29 January 2015

Kourtney Kardashian to Disick: Stop partying

Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian is reportedly having a hard time keeping the peace with partner Scott Disick after he allegedly ditched their family vacation to go clubbing in Mexico.

The couple share two children, seven-month-old daughter Penelope and three-year-old son Mason.

The ups and downs of their relationship have been well documented on her family’s US reality television show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Scott’s partying has been an issue before but the couple were believed to have moved past it.

But according to a new report Kourtney and Scott are at a crossroads again after a recent family vacation in Punta Mita, Mexico.

Scott is said to have ditched Kourtney and the kids to travel 50 miles to Puerto Vallarta to party at the local nightclubs during their holiday.

A source tells Life & Style magazine the 29-year-old spent until 2am at a nightclub called Strana and did not return until the very late hours of the morning.

“They got into a huge fight about it,” the insider said.

“She was [upset] he was partying when they were supposed to be on a family vacation,” the source continued, adding, “Kourt saw a retreat to Mexico as a chance for her and Scott to just hang at the beach with their babies.”

Scott is said to be feeling trapped in his life as a father-of-two.

The businessman is reportedly using partying as a way to escape.

“He’s in baby hell right now,” another source said.

“They’re living in this triple-gated community in the valley and it’s like [fictional Desperate Housewives street] Wisteria Lane. There’s nothing to do at all.”

Kourtney and Scott have yet to comment on the report.

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