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Kourtney ‘kicks Scott out’

Published 02/07/2015

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian has reportedly kicked long-term boyfriend Scott Disick out of the house after weeks of bad behaviour.

The pair, who have three children together, have been in a relationship on and off since 2006.

However, following weeks of reports of Scott’s bad behaviour, including allegations of infidelity, it has been claimed that Kourtney has finally had enough and kicked her beau out of their family home.

"Kourtney basically told Scott to get the hell out of the house,” a source told RadarOnline.com.

“Kourtney is glad that Scott is gone because things are much easier for her without him there. They have been at each other's throats lately."

According to the outlet, Scott travelled to St. Tropez after Kourtney made her decision.

Pictured then emerged of Scott with several mystery women partying on a yacht.

The source said that Scott felt Kourtney had him “trapped” in their house. However, Kourtney apparently insisted that Scott is free to “come and go and do as he pleases”.

“Kourtney is at the point now where she just doesn't care what he does,” the source added.

"All she really cares about right now are her kids and she is grateful that Scott has been a part of their lives.

“But if he doesn't continue to be in their children's lives and they do end up breaking up, she will not be devastated. In fact, it will probably be a lot less stressful to her than it is right now.”

Kourtney has yet to comment on the claims. She has been relatively silent on her social networks over the past few days, although she did share a cute picture with sister Khloé on Instagram on Wednesday.

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