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Kourtney Kardashian Ends her Toxic Turbulent Relationship with Younes Bendjima

2018/08/17 | 11:25

(Iraq Now News)- Kourtney Kardashian has cut all contact with her ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima.

The ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians‘ star split from her toy boy lover earlier this month and, in order to avoid any "drama" with the model, she has decided to distance herself from him because she doesn‘t want a repeat of the toxic turbulent relationship she had with her former flame Scott Disick for 10 years.

A source told PEOPLE.com: "Kourtney is doing great.

She isn‘t seeing Younes.

She is happy being single for now.

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