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Disick ‘drunken mess at charity event’

Published 10/06/2015

Scott Disick
Scott Disick

Scott Disick was reportedly “raising hell” at a charity evening.

The Keeping up with the Kardashians star has had a well documented battle with alcohol on the programme. The 32-year-old spent some time in a Costa Rican rehab facility earlier this year, but it has now been claimed he returned to his old ways during a public appearance for charity.

“He was meant to be raising awareness for charity, but instead he was raising hell,” a source told InTouch Weekly. “When he got there, he was a drunken mess, it was a complete disaster.”

The father-of-three reportedly didn’t arrive at the Time Supper Club in Montreal until 12.40am. The source claimed organisers for the ONEXONE charity were forced to reimburse attendees all the money they paid to gain entry the event, which was to help feed hungry children.

“[He] went straight to the VIP section with his brutal entourage, who pushed and screamed at everybody, and started drinking beer and vodka,” the insider, Lyne Gauthier, continued. “He seemed like he did not want to be there at all.”

Scott entered the Rythmia Life Advancement Center in Costa Rica in March. However he left the facility after only a week and now it appears he could be fighting his demons once again.

“He seemed edgy and annoyed and kept moving from place to place, requesting to switch tables every 20 minutes. He literally couldn’t sit still,” Lyne continued. “It was so rude.”

Scott’s behaviour could be down to rumours that his relationship with Kourtney Kardashian is on the rocks.

“The relationship has run its course,” an insider told Radar Online. “Scott continues to sleep in a separate bedroom at their house. He feels neglected and has accused Kourtney of caring more about their three children. They are just living completely different lives. It’s only a matter of time until Scott moves out of the house, and they formally breakup.”

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