Disick Vegas: Scott Disick Hosts Party In Vegas, Might Go Back To Rehab

Scott Disick was in Las Vegas over the weekend hosting a party at 1OAK at the Mirage. According to Yahoo! News, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star stayed in the VIP area of the club, enjoying a couple of Red Bull’s and some water, steering clear of alcohol for the night. Despite spending a few days in a rehab program in Costa Rica earlier this month, Disick made his scheduled appearance, but managed to keep himself in check (as far as the public knows).

Although the reality star is still making club appearances and surrounding himself with his demons, he seems to be handling life the best way he can at this point.

Disick’s trip to Vegas may not have been helpful in keeping him sober because the temptations are far too great. However, he doesn’t seem to want to stop doing this appearances, and keeping that money coming in might be more important for him right now. That’s not to say that Scott doesn’t want to fix himself, however. In a recent interview with People Magazine, Scott admitted that he has more work to do.

“I’m not done. I plan to go back to this place. 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.”

According to NewsOXY, Disick seemed to enjoy his time, and even hit up a poker table before leaving the casino. Still, no one reported seeing Scott with more than a bottle of water as he gambled.

Disick being in Vegas seems a bit counterproductive, but he’s managing. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Scott’s net worth is largely based on his life with Kourtney Kardashian and his role on KUWTK, but he also makes money on his own. A big chunk of that “other money” comes from his appearances. Past rumors indicate that Scott earns up to $100,000 per night just for walking a red carpet, taking some photos on a step and repeat, and spending a couple of hours inside a club listening to music and partying with his friends.

Naturally, giving up that lifestyle isn’t easy, and the need to bring home that kind of money rides closely to Scott’s need to stay sober and be a good father to his three children.

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