Scott Disick Drinks, Parties With Friends Over Wild Weekend in Aspen

Scott Disick
A source confirms to Us Weekly that Scott Disick was back to his old partying ways on a recent booze-filled trip to Aspen  Gabe Ginsberg/WireImage.com

Looks like Scott Disick is back to his old ways. A source confirms to Us Weekly that TMZ's report about the reality star's wild weekend in Aspen is accurate, and that Disick has been drinking and partying a lot in recent days.

According to TMZ, Kourtney Kardashian's longtime love — and the father of her three children, including newborn son Reign — visited Aspen earlier this month and stayed with friends at Hotel Jerome, where he reportedly racked up a huge alcohol bill.

Sources told the site that Disick and his crew ordered more than $1,400 worth of booze over two nights — not including the $400 bottle his friend allegedly took from the bar on their first day.

TMZ also claims that there were complaints about the smell of weed coming from the room, and that the 31-year-old and his posse left the non-smoking room "littered with bottles and cigarette butts." 

As seen on Keeping Up With the Kardashians and Kourtney & Khloe Take the Hamptons, Disick's sobriety has been an ongoing issue in his relationship. Back in June 2014, he checked into rehab to take control of his partying, telling a friend on KKTH, "I thought I was going to die." 

At the time, he and Kourtney were preparing to welcome their third child. (They're also parents to son Mason, 4, and Penelope, 2.) 

"I've gone over this in my head so many times to try to live a cleaner life, and for some reason I just keep going back to the same routine," he said on KKTH's Nov. 23 episode, which showed him going to Connecticut's Mountainside Treatment Center. "I've pretty much become a broken record. And I'm sick of hearing myself talk about the problems I have that I don't fix."

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