Lawyer reveals real reason Scott Disick checked into rehab

5/05/2020 1:20:00 PM

Contrary to several reports, reality TV star Scott Disick’s recent rehab stint had nothing to do with substance abuse.

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Rumours that reality star Scott Disick checked into rehab recently to deal with a drug and alcohol problem are untrue, says his lawyer.

Contrary to several reports, reality TV star Scott Disick’s recent rehab stint had nothing to do with substance abuse .

In a statement obtained by Fox News from Disick’s lawyer Marty Singer via his rep, it was revealed that the star ofKeeping Up With The Kardashians,whichstreams on Foxtel Now,entered rehab to deal with the deaths of his parents.“In an effort to finally come to terms and deal with the pain that Scott has been silently suffering for many years due to the sudden death of his mother, followed by the death of his father three months later, Scott made the decision to check himself into a rehab facility last week to work on his past traumas,” the statement said. “He did not check in for any alcohol or cocaine abuse.”

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In a statement obtained by Fox News from Disick’s lawyer Marty Singer via his rep, it was revealed that the star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which streams on Foxtel Now, entered rehab to deal with the deaths of his parents. “In an effort to finally come to terms and deal with the pain that Scott has been silently suffering for many years due to the sudden death of his mother, followed by the death of his father three months later, Scott made the decision to check himself into a rehab facility last week to work on his past traumas,” the statement said. The hospitality sector would see a total of 441,000 jobs affected, 146,000 in retail, 120,000 in construction and 180,000 in arts and recreation. “He did not check in for any alcohol or cocaine abuse. "As Australia and the world suffers the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clearer than ever that how we treat the most vulnerable in our society directly impacts the health and wellbeing of all of us," the open letter read.” Corey Gamble, Kris Jenner, Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian, Jonathon Cheban, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West at Nobu Malibu. "[The Government] is under no illusion about the ongoing costs of these measures, and it certainly puts enormous pressure, as it should, on the timetable as we seek to move Australia back to that safe economy," Mr Morrison said. Source:Instagram A photo of Disick in the facility has also leaked online, leading him to leave treatment.

Mr Singer said it was also a HIPAA violation (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) and they plan to “take immediate legal action”. ( ABC News: Tim Swanston ) Keeping schools closed is a big drain on the economy and the expert advice is that they can be opened safely, Mr Morrison said. They also want to see JobSeeker payments to temporary visa holders and people on bridging visas, which they say would in turn help the businesses employing them. “Shockingly as a result of the HIPA (sic) violation of the facility and his violation of privacy, he has checked himself out and is immediately returning home,” read the statement. “We are alarmed by this extreme invasion of privacy and plan to take immediate legal action. "The expert medical advice is that schools can be fully open," Mr Morrison said.” According to TMZ, Disick realised that he needed treatment during his time quarantining in Los Angeles."  Leading epidemiologist Professor Michael Toole said the government did not have to look too far overseas to see the potential health disaster that could unfold when vulnerable sectors of society go forgotten. On hearing of the photo leak, Disick reportedly called for a car to take him back to LA. "It does cost the economy, those are the facts.

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