Scott Disick has officially left rehab, HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY. Kourtney Kardashian’s baby daddy posted on Instagram for the first time since reportedly entering treatment on Oct. 14. What’s more, it’s a pic of him boarding a private jet. Does this mean he’s ready to go back to normal life, or old bad habits?
Scott Disick, 32, is done with rehab after undergoing treatment for alcoholism for 30 days, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. He announced his departure by Instagramming a picture of himself standing on the steps of a private jet, bags in hand. However, Scott lives in Los Angeles and his treatment center is close by, so where would he be going? Here’s what we know.
Scott reportedly entered rehab on Oct. 14 after receiving the terrible wake-up call that was Lamar Odom‘s alleged overdose. It seemed to be the first time that Scott actually, voluntarily realized he needs help or something terrible will happen. After four weeks in therapy, Scott has finished his treatment at Cliffside Malibu.”Scott left rehab. He did 30 days and feels great. He thinks he can continue his sobriety on his own out of a treatment facility,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“Private aviation is my motivation,” was the caption Scott chose for the photo of him standing on the steps of a private plane, bags in hand, looking tired but healthy in a white t-shirt, sweater, and jeans. His last post just before entering rehab that said “never give up,” and seemed to show his committment to treatment. Kourtney Kardashian had refused to see Scott at the facility for weeks, but finally gave in on Nov. 1 when she took the kids for a visit, and again on Nov. 8. Her sudden willingness to see him could mean that he’s reached her standards of recovery, but it’s concerning that he may have left too quickly after gaining her trust.
Even though Scott chose to leave, it doesn’t mean that his treatment is over. His rehab center, Cliffside Malibu, states on their website “residents generally need 90-120 days of treatment with us before they have a secure grasp on recovery.” Scott chose a 30 day treatment plan, but Cliffside offers extensive aftercare. Only time will tell if treatment worked this time but we wish Scott the best.
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Could Scott really be done with rehab? If so, will he be clean for good? Sound off below!
— Emy LaCroix, Reporting by Tim Plant