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Bad Trip? Scott Disick Tells Kourtney Kardashian Hallucinogenic Addiction Treatment ‘Did Nothing For Him’

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Mar. 26 2015, Published 7:43 a.m. ET

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In Scott Disick's latest attempt at sobriety, he checked himself into a beach resort in Costa Rica to ingest hallucinogenics. Now, sources tell that like his past attempts, this one didn't work.

The Keeping up with the Kardashians 31-year-old checked into the Rythmia Life Advancement Center in Costa Rica on March 16, only to check out a few days later. Now, more than a week after he first entered the treatment facility, a source close to Disick tells exclusively, "Scott came home and told Kourtney that the treatment did absolutely nothing for him."

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"Kourtney was not surprised at all and she was skeptical about it all along," the source says of the alternative method, which uses a powerful hallucinogenic called Ibogaine to treat addiction. The treatment is not FDA-approved in the US.

"She told him that this alternative form of treatment was nonsense and she knew that she was right about it," the source says.

Although the father to Mason, 5, Penelope, 2 and newborn son, Reign, is now back in Los Angeles with his family, the real test will come this weekend, as Disick is scheduled to make yet another booze-filled club appearance in Las Vegas.

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"Kourtney is supportive of Scott's Vegas gigs because he is bringing in money," the source tells

"But she does not like the fact that every time he goes away she needs to be on high-alert and worried he is going to get wasted and do something stupid."

When asked if Disick's girlfriend and three-time baby momma will join him this coming weekend, the source says, "She does not want to go to Las Vegas with him because she does not want to leave the kids alone."

"Kourtney does not like playing babysitter to Scott all the time. He is a grown man."



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