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Scott Disick’s weekend tequila bender sends him back to rehab

Scott Disick had a wild weekend in Atlantic City — but now the father of three is paying a heavy price.

Kourtney Kardashian’s baby daddy was supposed to be stone-cold sober since she threatened to kick him out of the house last summer before new baby Reign was born, and by all accounts he was doing great — until this weekend.

Disick allegedly went on an insane bender in Atlantic City, where he was making a personal appearance at The Pool After Dark at Harrah’s. At 8 a.m. Saturday morning, he was stumbling around the lobby barefoot and had to be escorted back to his room by a hotel manager. On Saturday night, after being introduced onstage at the club, he immediately grabbed the mic and screamed, “London can suck it!”

When he didn’t appear by 5 p.m. the next day, hotel employees were forced to do a welfare check.

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Now it seems Disick has seen exactly how serious his situation is — or Kourtney has threatened to kick him out again — and he has checked into a luxurious Costa Rica rehab that sounds more like an organic spa than a treatment center.

The Rythmia Life Advancement Center specializes in “shaman-guided Iboga ‘flights,’ which are powerful experiences to heal deep spiritual and emotional traumas,” according to the facility’s website. “Our world-renowned chief shaman, Moughenda, has over 40 years’ experience working with the medicine in a traditional manner. These flights provide introspection and guidance that allow a person to find full acceptance and resolve underlying causes of their personal issues.”

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None of Disick’s social media accounts mention the trip or rehab, but he confirmed to TMZ that he checked into treatment, saying, “I realize my issues are bigger than me and I’m ready to truly remedy this struggle I continue to battle.”

We wish the Lord all the best in his continued battle for sobriety.

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