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Yes, unsurprisingly, that would be Lord D.
The 32-year-old is back to his old partying ways in NYC, reportedly out until 6 a.m., aka the wee hours of Thursday morning.
He wasn't alone though.
Scott was spotted with a leggy mystery blonde apparently throughout the entire night. First, they left the Trump Soho hotel on Wednesday afternoon, before going to a local bar (you can see a shot of them above) with a large group of friends, a house party, 1Oak nightclub to see Snoop Dogg, and eventually, Soho House.
It was at 1Oak that a source witnessed:
One ceremony is simply not enough!
In case you didn't know, the couple created a maelstrom of controversy when the now 55-year-old actor married the Reality TV star when she was only 16 years old in 2011! That's a 35-year age difference!
The blonde beauty confessed that there's still a lot of work to be done for their second set of nuptials.
We are at a total loss for words!
As we reported, a shooter now identified as Chris Harper Mercer claimed the lives of at least ten students at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, OR on Thursday morning.
Well it has now come to light that UCC has a famous alum who was instrumental in preventing a similar tragedy.
Alek Skarlatos rose to fame when he helped stopped an alleged terrorist attack on a Paris train in August.
The Dancing With The Stars contestant released a statement explaining his personal connection to the massacre.
The 22-year-old said:
We bet a lot of extras just breathed a collective sigh of relief.
HBO had a scandal on its hands this week when its upcoming drama Westworld tried to make its background actors perform some pretty raunchy stuff for the camera.
Specifically, the actors were asked to sign a consent form that would make them shoot "genital-to-genital" sex scenes as well as simulated oral sex!
Thankfully, SAG-AFTRA was quick to step in and tell the premium cable channel that this was clearly uncool, but HBO tried to place the blame on casting company Central Casting.
And while the network says they never approved the sex-heavy paperwork, SAG put HBO on blast saying the brand actually took a couple of days to fix the error!
We're glad no one was forced into filming scenes they were uncomfortable with… but we wonder what this controversy is going to do to the show's ratings when it premieres in 2016.
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