Scott Disick Returns to Las Vegas, Breaks Silence After Kourtney Kardashian Split: Pics and Details
On Friday, he made an official celebrity appearance at the 1OAK nightclub at the Mirage Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas and spoke publicly for the first time since the breakup. He has made celebrity appearances there before and had canceled a gig there earlier this month, days after the breakup. He had also canceled an Atlantic City appearance.
"You know, got to take every day a day at a time I guess, right?" the 32-year-old told reporters at 1OAK, E! News has learned.
Kardashian, 36, had broken up with Scott, the 32-year-old father of their three kids Mason Disick, 5, Penelope Disick, 3, and 7-month-old baby son Reign Disick, over the Fourth of July weekend. Scott returned to Los Angeles last week and is living in his own bachelor pad in Beverly Hills. He was photographed in public for the first time since the breakup on Tuesday. He and Kourney reunited for lunch with their two eldest children on Thursday.
At the club, Scott, who often goes by the nickname Lord Disick, appeared to be in good spirits. Wearing a gray jacket and pants and white button-down shirt opened slightly, he danced with partygoers and posed posing for photos with fans inside the club, where he was greeted with giant signs bearing photos of his face as well as a crown.
"I'm excited," he told reporters. "I haven't been here in a while so I'm excited to be back, and I got to have dinner at Stack, which I love. I have some old friends with me from New York that I've known since I was a kid."
"It's always a party with #ScottDisick and his crew," read a post on 1OAK's Instagram page.
Scott, who has battled substance abuse in the past, was seen sipping water at the club, People reported. Days after the split, he had checked into a treatment facility but left after just a few hours. Sources told E! News that his friends are trying to get him to return to rehab to work on his issues. Scott has not commented.
Meanwhile, Kardashian spent Friday night at home in Calabasas, California, watching a Scooby-Doo cartoon with their kids.