The reality star was spotted at the Kardashian favorite, Nobu Malibu, with a mystery woman.
The brunette bombshell was identified as model Bella Banos, as cited by Just Jared.
Disick and her towering companion arrived in his black Ferrari, sporting a muted orange long sleeve polo, leaving half the buttons open for the cool Cali guy effect, as he paired it with navy bottoms and white sneakers with blue outlines.
Meanwhile, the 23-year-old model wore a black sleeveless cropped top, showing off her toned arms and midriff, while topping off the look with a skimpy mini-skirt and lace-up sandals, flaunting her long slim legs.
This is not the first time that Scott Disick was photographed with Banos.
In 2017, the father-of-three was spotted with the model in Costa Rica during Kardashian’s family get together.
In one of the episodes of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Kris Jenner, alongside her daughter’s Khloe and Kim, are lasing out at the “Flip It Like Disick” of bringing a random girl during their trip.
Although he admitted his actions, he tried to defend himself by pointing out that he and Kourtney are “trying to move on.”
“Obviously, we’re both trying to move on. That’s what we’ve all been saying. So I’m trying to do everything I can f**king do to not think about her.”
Unfortunately, this sparked outrage over the famous family and Disick as they accused him of being “disrespectful” towards their sister.
In a separate report, Banos, who is signed under a global modeling agency, Next Management, confessed that she was the mystery girl.
In her interview with In Touch magazine, she revealed that she and the reality star have some sort of “connection.”
The brunette beauty also mentioned that Disick calls her “his girl” and have exchanged “i love yous.”
“Scott will call and say, ‘I miss you. I want to see you.’ He always flies me to wherever he is. We spend so much time together,” she also added.
Featured image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.
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