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Scott Disick Returns To KUWTK! Inside Kris Jenner’s Shocking Plan To Boost Ratings

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Apr. 10 2016, Updated 2:24 p.m. ET

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Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian had a tumultuous break-up after the 32-year-old's booze and drug bender and even though Kourt refuses to get back with him until he’s sober— Kris Jenner is allowing him to get away with his bad boy behavior for Keeping Up With The Kardashians ratings!

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“Scott has been filming for several weeks now,” a family insider told RadarOnline. “He is being paid on a per-show basis under the assumption that he is sober.”

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But as OK! previously reported, the reality TV star has not been sober lately.

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“Scott goes through phases where he is a mess and burns it all down, followed by months of playing the role of responsible father. This is just how it is,” the source revealed.

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“Kris does not care about what is best for Scott anymore. She is using him for show ratings!” the insider added.

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“She knows that people want to watch Scott especially now that he is unstable,” said source. “Also Kourtney gets bored when she’s not fighting with Scott and all of their drama did really well for the show last season.”

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