Scott Disick has promised his long-time partner Kourtney Kardashian he won't drink alcohol until after the birth of their third child.
Scott Disick reportedly won't drink alcohol until after the birth of his third child later this year.
The 31-year-old reality TV star - the long-time partner of Kourtney Kardashian - is determined to stay sober after he was hospitalised for alcohol poisoning on June 22 following a heavy night of drinking in New York.
A source told Us Magazine: ''He stopped drinking [and went] cold turkey and promised he won't drink again until after Kourtney gives birth.''
However, the hunky star has sparked rumours he has already broken his promise after he was photographed clutching an empty wine glass at Jennifer Lopez' 45th birthday bash in New York, last night (24.07.14).
Meanwhile, it is believed Scott's excessive boozing stems from the difficult period he's had recently after losing both of his parents earlier this year.
However, Kourtney - with whom he already has daughter Penelope, two, and son Mason, four - has reportedly warned him she won't put up with his erratic behaviour anymore and he's on his last chance.
The source explained: ''[Kourtney] told him that was the last straw.''
The couple began dating prior to 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' in 2007, but they broke up in early 2010 after Kourtney, 35, believed Scott had an alcohol problem.
The businessman attended regular therapy sessions and temporarily gave up alcohol, which led to them reconciling in mid 2010.
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