Kourtney Kardashian ‘worried’ Scott Disick has ‘gone off the deep end again’ with his partying.
A source close to both reality stars tells ET that “Scott has gone off the deep end again,” and it’s been going on “for a few weeks now.”
“This is something that Scott has struggled with for years, and something Kourtney has dealt with since she has known Scott,” the source explains. “When Scott starts partying, he can’t stop. There is no middle ground for Scott — it’s go all in or none at all. This is how he has always been.”
The source claims Disick, who shares three children, Mason, 7, Penelope, 4, and Reign, 2, with Kardashian, “goes into the dark, depressed stages” where he “turns to partying for help.”
Kim Kardashian Calls For Stricter Gun Control Laws
On Friday, the mother of two took to her personal app with an impassioned post calling for stricter gun control laws in the United States. She also announced that she will support the cause by wearing orange for the day, and mentioned previous mass shootings, including Columbine High School, Virginia Tech University and Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
“In almost 20 years, our country has made very little progress in enacting laws that would help protect innocent Americans from people who should not have access to firearms,” she writes. “Right now, there are more guns owned by civilians in this country than in any other country in the world.”
“In February of this year, President [Donald] Trump actually signed a bill revoking a regulation recommended by President [Barack] Obama that would have added 75,000 names of people with registered mental illnesses to a national background check database,” she adds. “This is Crazy!”
But as a survivor of an armed robbery, Kardashian West made it clear that she’s not against “people buying guns.”
“After what happened to me in Paris, I know how important it is to be safe and to have armed security,”she explains. “All of my security team is armed, but they also support stricter gun control laws and believe that we should restrict access to firearms for people with mental illness, anyone previously convicted of a misdemeanor, those who have been subject to a temporary restraining order and those at a higher risk of committing gun violence.”