Scott Disick Reportedly Drinking Every Night, Even With Newborn At Home

Scott Disick has a newborn at home and a stressed out wife, but the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is reportedly still going out and getting drunk every night.

Sources say that Scott, who was already given one ultimatum from wife Kourtney Kardashian, has started drinking heavily again due to the stress from a new baby at home.

“Scott is not doing great,” a source close to the reality star told InTouch Weekly. “He seems like he is unraveling. He just seems angry.”

Scott and Kourtney welcomed son Reign Aston Disick back on December 14, but the last few weeks haven’t been a happy time in the Disick household.

“He’s angry about life and he’s just been very snappy lately,” the source said. “He’s fighting with everyone.” The source said that Scott Disick has been falling apart after months of pressure building, dating back to the death of his parents.

“He’s too young for all the things he has,” the source explains. “Scott is 31 with three kids and two dead parents and a partner that doesn’t have the ability to support and handle him. He’s out partying again. I don’t know if he ever stopped drinking.”

Scott Disick had appeared to be turning a corner in his battle with drinking and partying. The reality television star was spotted drinking in the Hamptons while wife Kourtney was pregnant, with sources saying he was flirting with waitresses and acting out of control.

The issues came to a head this summer when Scott was hospitalized for alcohol poisoning. After that, Kourtney reportedly issued an ultimatum for Scott to either give up drinking or lose the relationship, and Scott responded by finally cutting back on his destructive behavior.

Now, signs are emerging that Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian could be headed for a break-up. He reportedly paid $3.7 million for a new mansion with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The new home is in Scott’s name only, and about an hour away from the home he has shared with Kourtney and their three kids.