Kourtney Kardashian Spends Time With Ex Younes Bendjima in Miami -- But It's Not What You Think
By Antoinette Bueno
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Kourtney Kardashian and her ex-boyfriend, Younes Bendjima, are hanging out again.
On Wednesday night, the two were together at LIV nightclub in Miami Beach, supporting Kourtney's sister Kendall Jenner as she took over the DJ booth. Aside from Kourtney and Younes, Kendall's close model friends also came to party, including Bella Hadid, Joan Smalls and Luka Sabbat, with whom, interestingly enough, Kourtney has been linked in the past. Kourtney looked stunning in a skintight red mini-dress as she was photographed entering LIV with Kendall, who also showed a lot of leg in a neon pink minidress.
A source tells ET that 40-year-old Kourtney and 26-year-old Younes were "very low key" behind the DJ booth at LIV and stayed out dancing until around 4 a.m.
"They stayed in an intimate corner where they couldn’t be seen by everyone," the source says. "The whole group, including Kourtney and Younes, were dancing all night."
"Kourtney and Younes have been spending time together in Miami, but are not back together as a couple," the source says. "As you’ve seen with Scott [Disick], Kourtney is very good at maintaining friendships with exes."
"Kourtney and Younes have a lot of love for one another, they always have fun when they see one another, but it’s just not serious," the source adds.
Aside from clubbing together on Wednesday night, Kourtney and Younes also attended the Dior Men's Fall 2020 Runway Show in Miami on Tuesday. Although they didn't pose on the red carpet together, they both posed for pictures separately, Kourtney looking chic in a leather dress and strappy heels.
ET spoke to Kourtney as well her sisters Kim and Kourtney Kardashian last month, and Kourtney talked about being single. The mother of three said she definitely wasn't looking for a relationship.
"I am also in a space where I just don't care to distract with, you know, I'm not like, 'no,' I'm just living life and whatever happens, happens," she told ET. "But I'm not thinking about [it], I'm not putting my energy there."