Kourtney's plan to teach Scott a lesson backfires!

2014-06-25 02:01

Los Angeles - Kourtney Kardashian tried to teach boyfriend Scott Disick a lesson by not letting him attend North West's birthday.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star flew from The Hamptons, where she is filming the E! spin-off show, to their home in Calabasas, California to host her niece's first birthday party with sister Kim Kardashian West.

A source told TMZ Kourtney decided not to let Scott attend but her actions backfired when he opted to stay in Southampton, New York to enjoy a belated birthday celebration for himself on Saturday, after turning 31 on 26 May.

TMZ reports: "Disick didn't stew over the snub - he had a belated birthday party at 1Oak in The Hamptons where he sprayed champagne on fellow party-goers."



The source claims Kourtney believed Scott would "feel the burn" for being left out because North's party was thrown in their backyard.

They added: "The tension revolves around Scott's propensity for partying and leaving the family in the dust.

"Kourtney gave Scott's plane ticket to a nanny ... again, a not-so-subtle insult that seemed lost on Scott."

Scott, who has children, Mason, four, and Penelope, 23 months, with pregnant Kourtney, reportedly arrived at 10ak in his Bentley with a huge entourage in tow shortly after midnight and wasted no time letting his hair down.

Party-goers claim he was "pretty wasted" and didn't seem to mind being away from his girlfriend.

Meanwhile, North and her parents, Kanye West and Kim, were joined by a number of famous pals, including Ciara and her one-month-old son, Future, and fashion designer Rachel Roy, at a Coachella-inspired 'Kidchella' party at Kourtney and Scott's $8.45m mansion, which they purchased earlier this year.

The couple spared no expense for the celebration, which took place almost one week after North's actual birthday last Sunday.

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