Wait until Kim Kardashian West hears this one!
Hmm, sounds exactly what a good frenemy friend would say!
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This is an inneresting revelation!
Scott Disick left Costa Rica just one week after checking into a rehab facility there, causing people to wonder how concerned he really was about getting sober. Well, it turns out that was the plan all along!
The reality TV star recently opened up about his stint at Rhythmia Life Advancement Center, saying:
"The funny thing is, a lot of people were under the impression that I was going to this rehab facility in Costa Rica for a month, when the truth was, I was going for a week for one treatment that they have there. I'm not done. I plan to go back to this place. It's an amazing place. It's beautiful and I love it, but I wasn't able to spend three or four weeks there right now. I never planned on it, and everyone keeps telling me that I dropped out early. I wanted to actually Instagram or tweet a photo of my tickets that showed that I never intended to stay any longer than I stayed … I'm a work in progress and anything that I can do to better myself, I'm trying."
If he wanted to, why didn't he???
Disick went on to talk about the specific treatment he was receiving with the African root Ibogaine, saying
We're so happy for this Mad Man!
Jon checked himself into Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut at the end of February, and with the support of his longtime partner Jennifer Westfeldt, Jon is back to his cheery self again.
A source close to the AMC actor spoke about his trip to rehab, saying:
The 44-year-old, who played drink-downing ad exec Don Draper on the hit AMC show, recently completed a 30-day treatment program for alcohol abuse.
Hamm reportedly checked himself into Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut, a high-end rehabilitation facility, at the end of February.
A rep for the actor released the following statement.
On Saturday night, the lord visited hot spot Rouge and later in the evening he hopped over to a bar aptly named Vertigo for a little fun.
While Kourtney Kardashian's baby daddy tried to maintain anonymity, his HUGE bodyguard clad in a purple shirt made it fairly difficult.
What we don't understand is why LD is still in Costa Rica if he has already ditched rehab. Whatever the reason may be, it's clear Scott is intent on the party life — the Keeping Up with the Kardashian star reportedly already has club appearances lined up for when he returns to the United States.
This may not be the warmest of receptions when he gets back…
The reality TV star checked into a Costa Rica facility not even a week ago, for alcohol related issues, but he's already choosing to leave, because he's too busy!
Scott reportedly booked a Saturday flight, then decided to go back until Monday so that he stayed for at least a week, which is still much shorter than the intended 21 days. His people explained that he just has too much business in LA to handle, but that he can return at any time.
Meanwhile, Kourt had this to say about Scott, and it's not clear if she knew at about his decision to leave at the time. She said
Liza Minnelli has checked into a Malibu rehab facility, and is currently receiving treatment for substance abuse.
Liza's rep confirmed that she's making "excellent progress" so far, as she's already been in the facility for several days, with her main problem being alcohol abuse.
The 69-year-old entertainer has previously been in rehab before, most recently in 2004, but Liza's rep put it best:
Umm, what's an Iboga tree?
As soon as we heard that Scott Disick was headed to a Costa Rican rehab center to cure his addiction with hallucinogenic drugs, we knew we needed some EXCLUSIVE insight!
So, we reached out to our friend, Dr. Billi Gordon, one of the world's most influential neuroscientists. Gordon regularly conducts brain research at the Center for the Neurobiology of Stress which is affiliated with the prestigious David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
Obviously, we had A LOT of questions about the Iboga treatment, which involves roots from a small African tree that allegedly helps people battle addiction. The Iboga root acts like a hallucinogenic drug, stimulating the central nervous system when taken in small doses — and when taken in larger doses, it can cause visions.
Here's what Dr. G had to say about the controversial treatment: