Scott Disick cancels club appearance following a short stint in rehab

2015-07-10 17:00

Los Angeles - Scott Disick has cancelled a club night following his split from Kourtney Kardashian.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star was set to make a personal appearance at 1OAK nightclub on Friday night but pulled out of the planned spot just 24 hours beforehand following his split from his girlfriend of almost a decade.

A release from the nightspot said: "The evening will resume as scheduled with a performance by DJ Shift."

Earlier this week, the 32-year-old hunk broke his social media silence following their break-up by teasing how excited he was for the bash, but deleted it shortly after.

He wrote on Instagram: "Come party with me this Friday in Vegas".

Meanwhile, it has been reported Scott entered rehab last Sunday - but left the same day.

The 32-year-old reality star was urged to seek help by friends after returning from a trip to Monte Carlo so he agreed to check into a facility, only to change his mind hours later.

A source told Us Weekly magazine: :Friends got really worried about Scott after he went on a bender during his France trip and urged him to enter a rehab facility."

It was recently claimed Scott - who checked into Costa Rica's Rhythmia Life Advancement clinic in March - has been partying hard to "rebel" against the "crazy responsibility" of having three children, Mason, five, Penelope, three, and Reign, six months.

Pals of Scott and 36-year-old Kourtney are sceptical about whether they will ever rekindle their romance, after a woman began removing Scott's belongings from their shared home earlier this week.

A source told Us Weekly: "Kourtney and Scott's friends are trying to fix this mess and get them to work things out, but the whole situation is very bad and it's unclear if they'll bounce back from this."

Another source said: "Kourtney would never stay with someone who cheats on her."

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