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Destroyed By Kris? Kourtney Kardashian Mad Mom Jenner 'Profited' Off Scott Disick's Addiction By Booking Booze-Soaked Gigs

Kourtney Kardashian Kris Jenner Scott Disick Betrayal

Mar. 24 2015, Published 7:12 a.m. ET

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Money isn't always everything for the Kardashians. As Scott Disick leave rehab for a club gig in Vegas this Friday, has learned that his baby mama Kourtney Kardashian feels betrayed by her mom Kris Jenner because the momager encouraged him to book risky nightclub appearances that may have jeopardized his sobriety.

"There has been a lot of resentment between Kourtney and Kris for months because Kris continued to book Scott for promotional appearances in nightclubs even after he went to rehab last summer," the source said. "The promo appearance fees typically ranged from $75,000 to $100,000 for Scott, and Kris would get a 15% cut."

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"This was just an excuse for Scott to get absolutely wasted, which really upset Kourtney," the source continued. "It was bad enough that Scott was getting drunk, but the fact that Kris profited off of it just makes Kourtney crazy. Kourtney wanted Kris to stop booking these appearances for Scott, but she never did."

Days before going to rehab in Costa Rica, for example, Disick was paid to party at The Pool After Dark at Caesar's in Atlantic City. According to reports, he was loaded on tequila and beer, and found stumbling through the hotel at 5 am.


"Kris defends the bookings to Kourtney and says Scott can always turn down any appearances he wants," the source continued. "There is never any pressure for Scott to do anything. But Kourtney has told Kris in no uncertain terms, that going forward, after Scott is out of rehab, she is not to present him with any offers in nightclubs. Period."

Disick, however, may be able to do that on his own. He's good friends with nightclub impresario Scott Sartiano, who is a partner in 1OAK, where he'll be partying this Friday.



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