Sofia, 22, seemingly wants to move forward with her life and no longer get notifications on the Flip It Like Disick star, 37, in the wake of their split.
It appears the feelings are mutual because Scott previously unfollowed the socialite. In recent weeks, she sparked romance rumors with Jaden Smith, which Jaden squashed in a September 11 interview, claiming they are “just homies.”
In a surprising turn of events, Scott stepped out with his rumored new leading lady, Bella, on October 1 for a dinner date at Nobu in Malibu, California.
“They have hung out a few times now in the last couple weeks and have been quietly seeing each other,” an insider told E! News about their relationship status.
“It’s been a fun distraction for Scott and he feels good to be out in the dating game again,” the source shared. “Scott doesn’t want anything serious, but they are having fun. He likes Bella’s energy and thinks she has a great personality.”
Interestingly, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum and brunette beauty have a lot of history together. Back in 2017, Bella, 24, told In Touch she was the mystery girl whom Scott brought on a family trip to Costa Rica, which aired on a previous episode of KUWTK.
“Scott calls me his girl,” the Los Angeles native told In Touch in February 2017, claiming they first met through an ex of hers. “At first, Scott was just my friend. But he got to know me on a different level. We’re super connected.”
The father of three and his ex Sofia parted ways in May, following their three-year romance. News of their breakup came days after Scott celebrated his birthday.
These days, Scott appears to be enjoying the single life while striving to stay on good terms with Kourtney Kardashian as they coparent their three children together, Mason, 10, Penelope, 8, and 5-year-old Reign Disick.
After hitting the unfollow button, Sofia has been spending time with her pals, having recently hit up celebrity hotspot Delilah in West Hollywood with Jaden.
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