Scott Disick Has Entered Rehab; Is Getting Paid For It

Kourtney Kardashian’s boyfriend Scott Disick has checked himself in to rehab in Costa Rica. The reality TV personality was busy partying it up like a crazy man in Atlantic City over the weekend, but apparently hit a wall and decided that he needed help. In true Kardashian style, he is doing it while getting paid. Yes, this is real life.

Disick checked into the Rythmia Life Advancement Center after realizing that he had problems with alcohol abuse. Some folks on the inside have claimed that he is actually there on business and is totally getting paid to plug the treatment center. Why else would he leave the country for rehab? There’s a perfectly good rehab center in Los Angeles called Promises – Lindsay Lohan swears by it and so does Britney Spears.

The insider said, “He is 100,000% getting paid. The rehab center even sent a press release about him. Why would they do that if he was not getting paid? They have to adhere to strict confidentiality. He’s pulling down big dollars on this one. I head mid-six figures.”

A source close to Disick said that his family spoke with him on Monday and that he sounded “totally fine” and that he was telling people he was “down there on business.”

Disick released a statement through the rehab center on Monday. He said, “I realize my issues are bigger than me and I’m ready to truly remedy this struggle I continue to battle.”

Is anyone shocked that Scott Disick is using his name and image to promote a rehab center? We really thought that he would have tried to seek help for an obvious problem with the aid of a well paid endorsement, but this just goes to show us that the end is nigh.

TELL US: Do you think there is anything that the Kardashians won’t use to promote their brand and make money?

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