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Scott Disick Hospitalized With Alcohol Poisoning Back in June

By    |   Friday, 18 Jul 2014 06:26 PM

Reality TV star Scott Disick reportedly ended up in the hospital with alcohol poisoning after a night out on June 22.

The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star, the boyfriend of Kourtney Kardashian, started drinking at a Hamptons nightclub and ended up “drunk out of his mind,” TMZ said.

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Disick reportedly told friends he was so sick he thought he might have been drugged, but he was tested for drugs and none were found. Doctors decided it was alcohol poisoning.

TMZ reported that five days earlier, Kardashian had kicked Disick out of their place in the Hamptons because he was constantly partying.

Hollywood Life said this week that Kardashian may have finally had it with Disick’s wild ways after a source said she’d leave with the kids if he didn’t get his act together.

Apparently the alcohol poisoning incident may have had some effect on bringing Disick back to reality. TMZ said they understand he hasn’t had a drink and is getting counseling.

Disick has a strong following online of mostly women who claim to watch "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" just to see him.





Some questioned whether the incident might have been staged for the show because it was all filmed.

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