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Scott Disick's problems stem from grief

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Scott Disick's aunt thinks the deaths of his parents caused him to drink excessively.

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star was recently hospitalized with alcohol poisoning, and Audrey Martone thinks the death of her brother Jeffrey just a few months after his wife Bonnie has hit her nephew hard.

She told RadarOnline.com: "Scott lost both parents in a very short period of time, and I think being without them right now is a sad reminder.

"I feel for him and I try to give him the benefit of the doubt. Everyone has their own way of grieving, and I respect that."

Scott is currently filming 'Kourtney & Khloe Take The Hamptons' with his long-term partner Kourtney Kardashian - who is pregnant with their third child - and her sister Khloe, and Audrey is worried that filming so close to his childhood home in New York may trigger some painful memories for him.

She said: "They're out in an area of Long Island where there are reminders of his parents. He might need some time to heal."

Audrey also admitted she only found out about Scott's hospitalization in June through the media as she hasn't heard from her nephew since the beginning of the year.

She said: "I didn't know anything. Someone from work actually told me they read about it."

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