Kourtney Kardashian's ex Scott Disick checks into rehab for drug and alcohol addiction
Scott Disick is reportedly back in rehab despite previous claims he had flown to be by Lamar Odom’s bedside as he fights for his life.
According to Us Weekly, the 32-year-old reality star is seeking help for drug and alcohol addiction at a rehabilitation centre in Malibu, California.
Meanwhile, TMZ.com claims the stint is Scott’s attempt to be allowed unsupervised visits with his children; Mason, five, Penelope, four and 10-month-old Reign.
The outlet alleges Scott is well aware his ex-girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian would not allow him to see their offspring without being clean, so is hoping his stay will put him on the right path.
This is by no means Scott’s first attempt at turning his life around. He has previously entered a facility on numerous occasions but the results have always been short lived.
His most recent stay was in March, when he checked into a centre in Costa Rica for alcohol abuse.
"I realise my issues are bigger than me and I'm ready to truly remedy this struggle I continue to battle,” Scott said at the time.
The star was seen on Tuesday picking up bottles of water and ginger ale with a friend.
It had been claimed earlier on Wednesday that the father-of-three had flown to Las Vegas to support Khloé Kardashian who is keeping a vigil by her ex-husband Lamar’s bedside.
The former LA Lakers player is battling for his life after being found unconscious in a brothel in Nevada on Tuesday.
According to reports, Lamar is in a coma and his organs are slowly starting to fail.
While Khloé and Kim Kardashian are with Kris Jenner by Lamar’s hospital bedside, Kourtney is still in California looking after her three children.
On Wednesday, Kourtney was seen taking three-year-old daughter Penelope and her niece North West to a ballet class.
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