Scott Disick's friends urge him to enter rehab after Kourtney Kardashian split
Scott Disick’s friends are reportedly begging him to ditch a nightclub appearance for rehab.
The reality TV star is understood to have split from his girlfriend of nine years Kourtney Kardashian, who he has three children with. Their romance has always been rocky but at the start of the week it was reported they had parted ways, although neither has confirmed it.
The news came as Scott was seen looking cosy with his rumoured ex-girlfriend Chloe Bartoli on holiday in Europe. He has battled alcohol addiction in the past and been to rehab, and it’s suggested some of his friends are worried about his partying at the moment. Causing real concern is said to be that Scott missed his daughter Penelope’s third birthday yesterday, yet is planning to host a party in Las Vegas later this week.
According to TMZ, several of his pals believe Scott is off the wagon and needs professional help to get his life back in order. They have apparently been talking to him about treatment a lot, and see him missing his tot’s special day as the final straw.
The friends are alleged to have told him that travelling to Sin City for Friday’s booking would be a dire mistake and have suggested that he pulls out and instead books into a clinic.
At the moment it’s not known if Scott has been receptive.
He tweeted about his appearance at 1Oak earlier this week, prompting a mauling by fans who accused him of caring more about partying than his children.
He did post a message in honour of Penelope though, calling her one of the few things he is proud of in life.
Although Scott and Kourtney haven’t commented on the split report, her mother Kris Jenner has appeared to confirm it.
“She's good. Kourtney's good," Kris told Entertainment Tonight this week. "[She's] hanging in there."
There is speculation the pair have been separated for some time, following claims Scott bought a bachelor pad in Los Angeles late last year.
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