Contrary to several reports, Scott Disick's recent rehab stint had nothing to do with substance abuse.
Rumors began to swirl on Monday that Disick, 36, had checked himself into a Colorado rehab facility, All Points North Lodge, to be treated for alcohol and cocaine abuse.
In a statement obtained by Fox News from Disick's lawyer Marty Singer via his rep, it was revealed that the reality star entered rehab to deal with the deaths of his parents.
"In an effort to finally come to terms and deal with the pain that Scott has been silently suffering for many years due to the sudden death of his mother, followed by the death of his father 3 months later, Scott made the decision to check himself into a rehab facility last week to work on his past traumas," the statement said. "He did not check in for any alcohol or cocaine abuse."
A photo of Disick in the facility has also leaked online, leading Disick to leave treatment. Singer said it was also a HIPAA violation and they plan to "take immediate legal action."
"Shockingly as a result of the HIPA [sic] violation of the facility and his violation of privacy, he has checked himself out and is immediately returning home," read the statement. "We are alarmed by this extreme invasion of privacy and plan to take immediate legal action."
In a new statement released on Tuesday by the rehab facility, it stated they would work with police during the investigation. Noah Nordheimer, president and CEO of All Points North Lodge, said:
"My team and I are aware of the information publicized on May 4, 2020 by the Daily Mail and other media sources regarding All Points North (APN) Lodge,” according to E! News. “The protection of our clients’ personal and confidential information is of the utmost importance to us. It is APN’s strict policy to not publicly disclose patient-specific information, including whether or not a particular client is or was being treated at our facility, or has inquired about our services. If it were determined that any information relating to any client was ever obtained from APN facilities and provided to a media outlet, APN will take all legal action available against that individual, including cooperating with law enforcement and other governmental authorities.”
He added, “The APN Lodge team is overwhelmingly a group who dedicates their lives to bettering others and we are sickened by any publication who would report on an individual’s life struggles without their consent.”
Per the outlet, upon hearing of the photo leak, Scott called for a car to pick him up and is now headed back to Los Angeles.
Fox News' Jessica Napoli contributed to this report.