On Wednesday evening, Jenner was spotted at Warwick, the Los Angeles nightclub where Josie Canseco was seen the same night. Wearing an all-black look of a hoodie and baseball cap, Jenner, 35, kept it casual as Canseco, 22, sported a similar hoodie along with ripped jeans, a white crop top and Converse sneakers.
An eyewitness tells ET that the Hills: New Beginnings star and Canseco arrived at the nightclub around midnight and "weren't touchy-feely. They didn’t show any PDA. He was very cognizant about his surroundings especially with not being PDA-orientated."
ET's eyewitness says the rumored new couple sat at a VIP bottle service table in front of the elevated DJ booth where Jenner's friend, Devin Lucien, was spinning hits. Jenner acted like he didn't have "a worry in the world," the eyewitness says, adding, "He was in a positive mood. No somber. He was chilling with his guys. She [Josie] was at arm’s length."
According to the eyewitness, Jenner had a few beers and Canseco also had a couple of drinks. The eyewitness says they left together around 2:30 a.m. The pair, who have a rumored romance, was low-key entering and exiting the club.
In response, Brandon Thomas Lee, Jenner's Hills: New Beginnings co-star, commented, "Let's round this scandal out and post a pic of us making out."
"Watch out! Pics of Liam and I holding hands on the beach coming soon," Jenner replied.
Then Cyrus chimed in, writing, "@brodyjenner go take a nap in your truck and cool off #HotGirlSummer."
Additionally, Jenner's mom, Linda Thompson, praised her son's post in the face of the scandal. "Always so proud of your dignity, generosity, kindness & nobility," she wrote. "You are a gentleman and I love you very much. Onward."
A source previously told ET that Jenner "remains friends with Kaitlynn, Miley and Liam" following the kiss between Carter and Cyrus, adding that he recently spoke to all three of them separately.
"He still cares deeply for [Kaitlynn] and his friendships with [Miley and Liam]," the source said. "He wants everyone to be happy and live their best lives."