Sofia Richie unfollowed Scott Disick amid rumours he's dating model Bella Banos

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  • The reality star was spotted out with model Bella Banos in Malibu last week.

On-off couple Sofia Richie and Scott Disick's current relationship status appears to be very much off after Sofia unfollowed the reality star on Instagram amid rumours he's dating someone new (it's not Kourtney Kardashian, by the way).

Photo credit: Denise Truscello/Getty
Photo credit: Denise Truscello/Getty

Last week Scott was spotted grabbing a bite to eat with model Bella Banos, 24, at Nobu in Malibu, which ~fyi~ is definitely the place you go if you want to get noticed (just saying). Following their date, a source close to Scott told E! News that things are "very casual" between the pair.

"They have hung out a few times now in the last couple weeks and have been quietly seeing each other," the insider added. "It's been a fun distraction for Scott and he feels good to be out in the dating game again. Scott doesn't want anything serious, but they are having fun. He likes Bella's energy and thinks she has a great personality."

However, they added that dad-of-three Scott is not prepared to settle down again just yet. "He definitely won't be committing to anyone, anytime soon. Scott has been in a really good place focusing on his kids and things are great between him and Kourtney and he wants to keep it this way."

And it looks like both Scott and Sofia are now moving on because fast forward to the weekend and Sofia unfollowed Scott for a second time, while Scott has also stopped following his ex. Whether it was down to Scott moving on - or just the fact she doesn't fancy following her ex any longer - remains to be seen.

Scott and Sofia first split in May before rekindling their romance, but then split again in August. "Scott and Sofia have simmered down a little and Scott has been making a big effort to refocus on himself and his family," a source told Us Weekly at the time. "Their relationship has taken a bit of a backseat and it’s not either of their main priorities right now."

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