Despite reports to the contrary, Scott Disick is still in rehab.
The 32-year-old ex of Kourtney Kardashian spurred gossip that he had left his rehab facility in Malibu and ended his fourth stint in a rehab facility after nearly a month when he posted a photo of himself stepping onto a private plane with a duffle bag Tuesday.
In the shot, the father of three looks pulled together, sporting a a black sweater and jeans with a pair of aviator sunglasses and a face full of scruff as he boards an airliner.
"Private aviation is my motivation," the reality star captioned the shot, suggesting his outlook on life is on the up and up.
A source close to Disick tells E! News that while he has not vacated the facility, he is able to use his cell phone, which explains his recent social media post.
While Disick is still very much in treatment, a source also tells E! News his time at the facility has helped Disick rethink the people that used to surround him.
"Scott has made an effort to cut bad influences out of his life. He knows a lot of people were using him. At the time, he didn't really care because he was caught up in all the partying, but he's finally realized the party has to stop," a source tells E! News. "He's focusing on a tighter, more loyal circle of friends—the people who were there for him before all the money and fame."
Just a few days ago, a source delivered a positive progress report to E! News, saying the dad was doing much better since entering the facility on the heels of Lamar Odom's hospitalization for a drug overdose.
"Scott's doing really well. He sounds happy, clean and clearheaded," the source said.
"I think he took it really seriously this time. He took a real break from work and partying to focus on himself," the insider added. "He hasn't sounded this good in ages. He says he's feeling great."
E! News first confirmed Disick had checked himself into a rehab facility on Oct. 14. At the time, a source informed E! News he was motivated by his three children—Mason, 5, daughter Penelope, 3, and son Reign, 10 months—to be the best dad that he could possibly be and was aware he needed to make some changes in his life. We were told he was dedicated to getting help and took the decision very seriously.