SCOTT Disick has been flirting with model Elizabeth Grace Lindley since his ex Kourtney Kardashian's engagement to rocker Travis Barker.
The reality star is "distancing himself" from the Kardashian clan as he is reportedly looking for space as he "processes" the news.
Scott, 38, has since turned his attention to the 23-year-old model as the pair were spotted partying together at Hyde Sunset in West Hollywood.
According to The Daily Mail, Scott and Elizabeth Grace "stayed out together with a group of friends into the wee hours" on Friday before "leaving together in a chauffered car."
While the status of their relationship is unknown, the news isn't shocking as the KUWTK's alum has a reputation of dating young models.
He recently split from model Amelia Hamlin, 20, and previously dated model Sophia Richie, 23.
Regardless, the blonde-haired beauty seems to be distracting Scott from his "hurt" feelings after reportedly being blindsighted by his ex's engagement.
A source exclusively revealed to HollywoodLife that Scott felt "betrayed" by the Kardashian ladies for not warning him about Travis's plans to propose to Kourtney.
"Khloe and Kris knew that Travis was going to ask Kourtney to marry him and they could've prepared him for the news," said the source
"Instead, they pretended that they didn't know anything and kept him in the dark.
"He doesn't know if he can ever forgive them for this."
The insider continued to explain: "Scott has been there for Khloe through all of her darkest times and he would always stick up for her whenever anyone came for her.
"She always made him believe that she was his sister and that there was nothing she wouldn't do for him."
Scott was photographed arm and arm with Khloe as the pair attended Kim Kardashian's SNL afterparty earlier this month.
Kim made her hosting debut on the comedy sketch show, poking fun at Kourtney and the Blink-182 drummer's excessive displays of PDA in an amusing skit.
Hollywood Life's source continued to share: "Khloe and Kim made sure that Scott knew about the SNL roasting and he was all about it.
"And just before that, Khloe came to support him at his clothing line launch."
Khloe added fuel to the fire with her repeated comments on social media in support of her sister's engagement.
She even posted a photo of the engagement to her own Instagram feed, captioning it: "LOVE conquers all things" complete with heart emojis.
Khloe posted a lengthy comment on Kourtney's post to Instagram on Thursday sharing more engagement photos: "I'm so happy for you my beautiful sweet sister!
"You deserve every kiss. Every ounce of love. Ever happy thought. You deserve every single second of this! I love you and I love you!"
On Kourtney's first Instagram post announcing the engagement, Khloe posted several red heart emojis in response.
'OFFICIALLY LOST HER'
Scott has yet to publicly comment on Kourtney's engagement, however, a source exclusively told The Sun Scott "always believed they'd get back together" before Travis's sudden proposal and feels that he had "officially lost her."
After news of the romantic proposal hit social media, fans were quick to question how Kourtney's baby daddy was feeling after years of trying to win her back after cheating allegations.
An insider spilled: "Scott knew the engagement was coming because Kourtney indicated that the relationship was serious, but it hasn’t stopped him from feeling rejected, like he's officially lost her.
"He had always hoped they would reunite and get back together but is now having to come to terms with the fact that's never going to happen.
"He felt she'd come around eventually and he'd just fill his time with young women, dating and having fun, until she was ready to get serious."
The source added: "He thinks Kourtney and Travis' relationship is very over the top and knew it wouldn't be long before he popped the question, but now it's beginning to feel very real."
The Sun reached out to Scott's rep for comment, but did not hear back.
Scott and Kourtney, 42, dated for nearly a decade, while they share kids Mason, 11, Penelope, nine, and Reign, six.
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