Is Scott Disick's Spending Causing a Rift in His Relationship?

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Scott Disick is rollin' in the dough, we are all well-aware of that. In fact, anyone who follows him on any of his various social Scott Disick is rollin' in the dough, we are all well-aware of that.

In fact, anyone who follows him on any of his various social media sites is all too familiar with his love for all things luxurious.

High-end watches, sports cars, fancy clothes-- you name it, Scott's got it.

Kourtney Kardashian's other half even went so far as to post a picture of hundred dollar bills wrapped up like a toilet paper roll to show us just how wealthy he is.

But, is Scott's spending getting a little bit out of control?

According to In Touch magazine (via RadarOnline), Scott is "living like a king" and it's causing tension in his relationship with Kourt.

"He puts himself first and pretty much every situation and just makes the wrong decisions...unfortunately, Kourtney ends up getting hurt," an insider told the mag.

They also said that Kourtney prefers to live a less lavish lifestyle than her sister Kim and doesn't spend so frivolously.

"All of the money he (Scott) has is because of her," another source remarked, adding that he's made $2 million from the family's reality shows.

Still, Scott seems to come from a pretty solid financial foundation, so we can't imagine why things would be so drastically different now that he's part of the Kardashian clan.

Do you think Scott's spending is causing tension between him and Kourtney?

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