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06 May 2017, 02:23 | Sue Hudson
Sources told TMZ the pair met the night of sister Kim's Paris hotel robbery
Sources close to Disick told the website that he was "devastated" upon seeing Kardashian's pictures with the handsome young model.
Kourtney Kardashian, 38, was spotted taking a stroll with her model boyfriend, Younes Bendjima, 23.
Kourtney Kardashian and Justin Bieber were first linked in October 2015 after they were seen enjoying each other's company during a few outings in Los Angeles.
From Scott's point of view, Kourtney has dangled a carrot in front of Scott, that she'd be open to getting back together if he got sober and "show respect". The pair even dressed alike, wearing white tops and ripped light blue jeans. News, "Kourtney and Younes have seen each other several times in the last week". They have remained close for the sake of their sons Mason, seven, and Reign, two, and four-year-old daughter Penelope. Another inside source described how Kardashian really likes Bendjima, and that when she's not with her kids she's most likely hanging out with him.
Like Kourtney, Scott is putting himself out there. "Kourtney's just sick of his non-stop bullsh*t, womanizing and partying and feels she's ready to finally turn her back on him once and for all".
"Scott doesn't like Kourtney dating Younes at all", an insider tells E!
Specifically, Scott Disick's ex received a vibrator, tweezer clamps, and a big ol' butt plug! It seemed that the whole reason Kourt has gone for younger guys after her drama with Scott Disick, 33, might have been Kris's idea!
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