FINALLY! Scott realises clubbing in Vegas is NOT a good idea

Scott Disick has finally said no to partying (well for one night, anyway): he has cancelled a high-profile appearance in Las Vegas that was scheduled for tonight. 

The entrepreneur, who was earlier this week confirmed to be split from his girlfriend of nine years Kourtney Kardashian, was due to turn up at the famed1Oak nightclub to party with paying guests.

It was reported this week that Scott's friends were urging him to cancel this gig and get himself checked into rehab, so maybe their persistence paid off. 

This cancellation comes after the news broke that Scott missed his 3-year-old daughter Penelope's birthday on Wednesday as he was out of town partying with friends and his ex-girlfriend. 

Fans were outraged on Tuesday of this week when Scott posted a picture on Instagram promoting the event with the caption "come party" just one day after his break-up was announced. He has since deleted this picture. 


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The father of three was absent at Penelope's birthday party in Disneyland on Wednesday of this week, but took to Instagram to wish her a happy birthday: "1 of the only things I'm proud off about myself. Happybdayp".

All of this comes a week after Scott was spotted getting extremely close with his ex-girlfriend Chloe Bartoli while the pair were on holidays.

Chloe, who dated Scott back in 2006, is receiving death threats and a lot of abuse on Instagram and Twitter as fans of Kourtney blame her for breaking up the pair.

One person commented: "You ruined a family," while many others are opting for a simple "#TeamKourtney"

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