Kourtney Kardashian ‘DUMPS Scott Disick over fresh cheating claims’

Apparently it's over, after nine years and three kids

by Emmeline Saunders |
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Kourtney Kardashian has dumped long-term partner and dad to her three children Scott Disick amid new claims he's been inappropriate with other women, it's been reported.

As heatworld reported last week, Scott's been papped cuddling women in the south of France – including an apparent ex-girlfriend of his, Chloe Bartoli.

While there's no suggestion Scott has actually cheated on Kourtney, she's said so be feeling so humiliated by the latest pictures that she's ended their relationship.

As a source tells TMZ: "His partying lately has made her make this tough decision."

The pair have been through some really tough times, although Kourt has seemingly taken Scott back after every transgression, but this time she wants to put her children first.

It's believed that the Lord hasn't been home in a month, with an insider telling E!: "Scott has been running around saying he's single.

"Kourtney dumped him after she saw the pics [in Monte Carlo] and he hasn't been home after a month-long party binge."


For a long time, Scott has struggled with drink – it was one of the reasons Kourtney first broke up with him in 2010 – but he checked into a rehab centre earlier this year to battle it.

Unfortunately, after coming out he made headlines for turning up to a personal appearance at a club in Montreal completely off his face, so he wasn't in a fit state to meet the fans who had been waiting for him.

Neither Kourtney or Scott have publicly commented on the split yet, but it might not be a bad idea to take some time apart…




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