Sofia Richie and Scott Disick’s three-year relationship came to an end last month, and already in the few weeks since breakup reports emerged, there’s been growing speculation that Disick could be romantically involved with his ex-girlfriend (and mother of his three children) Kourtney Kardashian again. Richie isn’t exactly happy about that, People reports.
“It was a serious relationship, not some fling, and she was there for Scott through some tough times,” the outlet’s source said. “It hurts to see all the speculation about Scott and Kourtney, but she is so young and gets so much attention. She’ll be totally fine.”
The source described her generally as “still processing the breakup.”
People reported earlier this week that Disick and Kardashian aren’t actually dating. A source told the outlet that Kardashian and Disick are “not back together,” but the two “are incredibly close.”
Us Weekly was told on June 1 that Kardashian wasn’t open to a reconciliation then. “Kourtney is not open to him in a romantic sense, but Scott is always flirting with her and thinks she looks better than ever,” a source told the outlet.
When news of Disick and Richie’s breakup came out on May 27, a source told Page Six that Kardashian definitely was a strain on Disick and Richie’s romance. “Kourtney didn’t make it easy for her, and you can only tolerate that kind of treatment for so long,” its source said.
Us Weekly was told by its own source that day that Disick still had feelings for Kardashian, and it was hard for Richie to take. “Scott is always going to be in love with Kourtney, and that’s something Sofia has had to face since even before she got serious with him,” the source said in late May. “It’s been an ongoing thing. It just became more apparent that his family was more of a priority than she was, and his family would be his main priority over anything and anyone.”
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