Scott, who’s had his struggles with drinking in the past, was appearing at Time Supper Club as part of an event to raise money for the ONEXONE $1 Feed a Child Campaign.
Unfortunately, things didn’t *quite* go to plan.
Scott, 32, reportedly turned up pretty late to the event, and didn’t stick around for 3am kebabs and chips, coated in a ridiculously sickly amount of ketchup and mayonnaise.
Oh what a night.
Thierry Havitov, Marketing Director for the club, told the Daily Mail that he didn’t turn up until after midnight, despite being given a five-figure sum for his time at the event, which was held as part of the Canadian Grand Prix Opening Weekend.
Thierry claimed: “He was late. He stayed for about an hour. He was in party mode.”
A source also told InTouch Magazine that he allegedly went straight to the VIP section when he arrived, downing shots and champagne with his entourage, before moving from place to place within the club.
The source claimed: “Scott was belligerent and refused to do the meet and greet, which meant organisers had to give all the money back. It was a complete disaster.”
Onlookers described him as a “drunken mess,” with fans apparently demanding the $250 they paid for meet and greet tickets to be refunded.
A fight reportedly broke out in the venue after fans became impatient to meet Scott, with two girls apparently pulling each other’s hair, screaming, and crying.
Thierry, who explained that Lord Disick had to be moved around as they tried to find a ‘clean’ and non-crowded area in which to do the meet and greet, added: “They got to see Scott but they didn’t get to meet him.
“Scott moved around a little bit. We took him to the DJ booth and then upstairs. Because it was late it was so packed we didn’t have a clean area.
“We apologised for their not being a meet and greet and said online we would reimburse people. There a lot of crying and a lot drama.”
When police raided the venue for the third time in three days, Scott was ushered out the back door because staff “didn’t know what the police were going to do,” with other VIP guests also being taken to safety.
No arrests were made, and police have told CBC that routine raids were stepped up a gear during the Canadian Grand Prix, so that they could keep an eye on capacity levels, organised crime and gang activity.
The event’s organiser also told Mirror Celeb: “I didn’t hire him to give a congressional speech or a seminar for AA , but to party like a maniac with us and my guest. He was very cool.
“He was partying like a champ Juggling shots of Belvedere and chasing it with Dom Perignon.”
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