This surely hasn't been an easy week for former family members of the Kardashian family. On Tuesday night, it was confirmed by Nye County Sheriffs in Nevada that Khloé Kardashian's ex-husband Lamar Odom was taken to the hospital after being found unconscious in a Nevada brothel. Now, according to Us Weekly, Scott Disick is allegedly rehab for drug and alcohol addiction. Per a source, Kourtney Kardashian's ex is allegedly seeking help at a rehabilitation center in Malibu. No other details have been released. Bustle reached out to Disick for comment, but did not receive an immediate response.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has reportedly entered rehab before. In March 2015, TMZ reported that Disick was getting treatment at Costa Rica's Rythmia Life Advancement Center. The report also claims that Disick received some controversial treatments involving hallucinogens. As TMZ claims, "Disick briefly visited the facility last month to research the place and was convinced Iboga could help him fight his alcohol demons." Disick later seemed to confirm reports with a statement to Gossip Cop that read as follows:
I realize my issues are bigger than me and I'm ready to truly remedy this struggle I continue to battle ... While I have been unconvinced in the past of treatment and therapy methods, Rythmia's rehab approach puts my worries at ease. The fact that there is a money back guarantee that has never been called upon gives me even more confidence. I am looking forward to starting my therapy and iboga treatment there.
There's no doubt the 32-year-old reality star has struggled with partying. This past July, there were reports and a since-deleted instagram from the Keeping With The Kardashians star that seemed to suggest Disick was partying hard after his split from Kourtney. Throughout KUWTK, fans have watched Disick fight with Kourtney after several nights out. On more than one occasion, Kourtney asked him to quit his partying ways and get help on camera during the E! series.
If Disick is truly seeking treatment, here's hoping he can get the help he needs.