Kourtney Kardashian Is ‘Not Impressed’ That Scott Disick Is Back to Being a Drunk ‘Mess’
Well, that was fast.
Despite a lengthy stint in rehab in an attempt to turn his life around, Scott Disick has reportedly fallen off the wagon again and returned to his partying ways. According to E! News, the father-of-three has become somewhat of “a mess again” as he spends his nights drinking with friends — most recently hitting the nightlife scene in New York City.
“From the minute he touched down, he’s been a trainwreck. All anyone can assume is that he met up with the wrong people — people who don’t really care about his well-being — and one drink led to another which led to another,” a source tells the publication.
“None of these people give a damn if he’s healthy or not,” the insider continues. “They just want to party. Scott’s back to spiraling.”
Last October, Disick, 32, sought treatment at Cliffside Malibu for his addiction to drugs and alcohol. Sources at the time claimed that the reality star was taking rehab “really seriously” in hopes of winning back ex-girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian.
However, it seems Disick has finally “cracked” after months of being on his best behavior for his family and kids.
“Scott has been going out every night and drinking again,” another insider tells E! News. “He has been partying hard.”
“Scott is so used to Kourtney taking him back every time, but this time has been different. Scott is already falling back into his old partying habit,” the source says. “Kourtney is not impressed.”
Recently, the entire Kardashian clan attended Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 3 fashion show sans Disick. Though he was in the same city at the time, Disick was said to be attending another party elsewhere. Earlier this month, Disick was spotted partying with a “a bunch of young model types” at Tyga’s Los Angeles home before the two of them hit up 1OAK in West Hollywood.
In 2014, Disick was hospitalized for alcohol poisoning while partying in the Hamptons. In March 2015, he checked himself into rehab for addiction issues, but left the facility only after one week of treatment.