Scott Disick Drinking: 'KUWTK' Star Quits Drinking Alcohol

12:08 PM EDT 7/26/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Scott Disick has given up alcohol.

One month after he was reportedly hospitalized with alcohol poisoning, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is said to have cut alcohol out of his diet.

"He stopped drinking cold turkey -- and promised he won't drink again until after Kourtney gives birth," the source told Us Weekly on July 25. "Scott knew he had hit rock bottom."

Kardashian and Disick have been together for around seven years, have two kids, son Mason Dash, 4, and daughter Penelope, 2, and are expecting their third child at the end of this year.

In June, just as Kardashian's baby news hit the web, reports surfaced, claiming Disick had been kicked out of their home because of his non-stop partying. Days later, it was reported by TMZ that Disick had been diagnosed with alcohol poisoning after a wild night out in The Hamptons with friends.

Now, he has reportedly called it quits with drinking in an effort to prepare for his third child's arrival.

"[Kourtney] told him that was the last straw," Us Weekly's insider explained.

Despite quitting drinking, Disick appears to be keeping the party going in The Hamptons with his close friends and on Friday night, shared a photo of himself, rapper Fat Joe and Khloe Kardashian's boyfriend, French Montana.

Along with the Instagram photo, Disick wrote, "Out here hampin @frenchmontana @fatjoe."

As for what triggered Disick's hard partying, a source claimed to Us Weekly that the back-to-back deaths of his parents, Bonnie and Jeffrey, led him to drink in excess.

"[He] went through a dark place, [but] is doing great now," the source explained.

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