Bella Thorne and Scott Disick get 'cosy' on date - report
Bella Thorne and Scott Disick headed to Catch for dinner before moving onto The Peppermint Club to hit the dancefloor.
Bella Thorne was reportedly seen getting "cosy" with reality TV star Scott Disick as they enjoyed a date on Monday night (15May17).
The 19-year-old Famous In Love star and father-of-three Scott, 33, headed out for a bite to eat at Los Angeles celebrity hotspot Catch, before moving onto The Peppermint Club where they hit the dancefloor, according to People.com.
“It was a real date,” a source told the outlet. "They were dancing together and getting cosy, but he was a total gentleman."
However, the insider, who revealed that Scott and Bella "run in the same circles and have met before", added that the pairing isn't likely to be a lengthy one.
"It was just a fun night out," the source commented. "This isn’t going to be some long-term relationship."
Scott clearly has something of a penchant for a younger woman, having recently been linked to 21-year-old British model Ella Ross.
The reality TV star's romantic outings come as his relationship troubles with on-off partner Kourtney Kardashian, the mother of his kids Mason, seven, Penelope, four and two-year-old Reign, played out on reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
After appearing to be keen to get things back on track with Kourtney, Scott discovered the 38-year-old was herself playing the field, leading to him sneaking a girl into his hotel room after a boozy bender during a trip to Dubai with Kim Kardashian.
Following that, a family trip to Costa Rica saw Scott demand to stay in a hotel separate from the rest of the group's vacation lodgings, with Kim later discovering he had flown out a girl called Chelsea to stay with him in the sun-drenched holiday spot.
Confronting Scott about the young woman staying in his hotel, the troubled star admitted he is a "f**ked up horrible sex addict", although he later denied it was true.
Meanwhile, Kourtney has recently been seeing 23-year-old model Younes Bendjima.
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