Kourtney’s Sorry Azz BabyDaddy Scott “STD” Disick Finally Goes To Rehab

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Babies, Cry Me A River, F*ck a Thug

Kourtney Kardashian (L) and her partner Scott Disick with their son Mason Dash Disick and her younger sister out and about in Malibu

Kourtney Kardashian’s constantly slizzed sperm-donor boyfriend Scott Disick reportedly sought rehab for his drinking and psychological issues after last week’s crazy episode.

After Scott Disick’s violent Miami meltdown in last week’s episode of Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami, Kourtney Kardashian’s troubled boyfriend finally sought help.

“Scott received outpatient rehab treatment and counseling for alcohol use and psychological issues after his Miami outburst,” sources confirm to E! News. “He’s still being treated.”

But, according to scenes from the upcoming episode of KKTM, Scott wasn’t interested in any recovery programs suggested by Kris Jenner…

In the footage, Kris confronts Scott and offers some retreat options she’s researched. Scott promptly tosses the pamphlets off the balcony.

“I’m in therapy already,” he tells her during a heated exchange. “I don’t need another person bringing me down when I’m trying to be on the right path.”

“I’m here to say you will not be a part of my life unless change really fast,” Kris tells him.

Apparently, things have improved since cameras stopped rolling: Scott was just spied in the Hamptons on seemingly good terms with Kourt, Kris, Kim and Khloé—although a source says he had two drinks during an event over the weekend.

We’re not sure outpatient treatment is gonna do the trick for this guy. We’ve seen him in action and he definitely has mega issues. Interesting that he’s also being treated for psychological issues as well, looks like Khloe wasn’t far off the mark when she was calling him a sociopath!

Good luck to him, but honestly Kourtney, you could do so much better. Find yourself a nice baseball player and use that Kardashion championship puss to help win him the World Series!




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