Scott Disick is in a ''really bad place''.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star - who split from his partner of nearly 10 years, Kourtney Kardashian, in July - is struggling to cope without the 36-year-old star by his side, according to a pal.
They said: ''Scott's in a bad place right now. He's a mess and been on a really bad binge.''
And the friend also claims his downfall wasn't helped by unsupportive Kris Jenner.
The insider told RadarOnline.com: ''Kris is the main person who put Scott in the situation he is in today. When his parents died, Kris offered no support for him as a family. It was business as usual, so he didn't get to grieve at all.
''Kris and the family also kept him away from his friends, so they weren't ever able to be there for him like they wanted.''
Meanwhile, the 32-year-old model - who has sons Mason, five, Reign, nine months and daughter Penelope, three, with the television personality - recently spoke out to insist he is ''feeling good'' and focusing on his career.
He said: ''I've been making money since I was a kid, and I'll keep making money so I am not worried about it. I am feeling good.''
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