Scott Disick Hosts Vegas Party, Says He Plans to Go Back to Rehab
Welcome back, Scott Disick!
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star made his first post-rehab appearance Friday night in Las Vegas, where he hosted a party at 1Oak at the Mirage.
When he left his Costa Rica rehab facility earlier this month after just a week of treatment, Disick said he had "business obligations" to take care of. Guess this was what he meant!
Disick tweeted about the appearance, saying "Vegas bound! Always a party @1OAKLV"
Vegas bound! Always a party @1OAKLVpic.twitter.com/A4Q5rwIci9— Scott Disick (@ScottDisick) March 27, 2015
At the party, onlookers said he spent most of his time in the VIP area, drinking Red Bull and Fiji water. No one reported seeing him drinking alcohol.
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Obviously his presence was well-documented by onlookers on social media. Here he is walking the red carpet:
A couple lucky fans got to rub elbows with him in the VIP area.
"VIP treatment plus a meet and greet with The Lord himself!" wrote one admirer, referring to Disick's preferred nickname for himself (his Instagram handle is @letthelordbewithyou).
Another caught a blurry shot of him playing poker at the Mirage before the party.
People Magazine caught up with Disick to talk about his stint in rehab. He told them he had only planned to stay at the Rythmia Life Advancement Center for one week in mid-March.
The facility specializes in a treatment using an African root called Ibogaine, which has some hallucinogenic properties. Ibogaine is used to treat addiction and chronic pain issues. Disick said it has helped him dramatically, and that he plans to undergo the treatment again.
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"I'm not done. I plan to go back to this place," he told People. "I'll go back when I want to and get some more treatments. And, listen, I really love it and I think it helped me. Obviously I'm not a perfect human being yet, but maybe down the road I'll be pretty close to it."
ET sat down with the founder of Rythmia Life Advancement Center to discuss how they use hallucinogenic drugs to treat addiction.