Scott Disick 'leaves rehab'
Reality TV star Scott Disick is believed to have left rehab.
The 32-year-old star checked into the Cliffside rehabilitation in Malibu in November (15), where he is understood to have been treated for an addiction to alcohol and drugs following months of wild partying. Although there has been no official word on whether he has checked out, the star appears to have confirmed he is no longer receiving care via a picture posted on Instagram.
In the shot, Scott is seen boarding what appears to be a private jet at an airport. He is standing on the plane's stairs holding a black bag and looks relaxed as he gazes into the camera with sunglasses on. "Private aviation is my motivation," he captioned the shot.
The star made the decision to get help just days after Lamar Odom - the estranged husband of Khloé Kardashian, the sister of Scott's ex-girlfriend Kourtney- was hospitalised following a suspected drug overdose at a brothel in Las Vegas.
Kourtney, whose nine-year relationship with Scott ended in the summer (15), and her mother Kris Jenner have been spotted visiting Scott at the clinic, taking their three children Mason, Penelope and Reign to visit their father. There are unconfirmed reports the former couple have attended counselling together at the centre, where Scott is reported to have opened up about the effect his addiction had on his behaviour while they were together. The pair have never shied away from airing their troubles in public, with various fallings out and arguments documented on Kourtney's family's TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians - during one episode Scott was seen punching a mirror while angry.
Scott's rehab stint isn't the first time he's sought help, but it is the longest he's stayed in rehab and he appears to have taken it seriously. "Scott's doing really well," an insider previously told E! Online. "He sounds happy, clean and clearheaded. I think he took it really seriously this time. He took a real break from work and partying to focus on himself. He hasn't sounded this good in ages. He says he's feeling great."
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