Sofia Richie might be seeing a new man. Page Six says the 22-year-old model was seen leaving Nobu Malibu on Saturday night with the Cha Cha Matcha co-founder, Matthew Morton, who is 27-years-old. He is the brother of Harry Morton, the founder of Pink Taco, and the son of Peter Morton, the founder of Hard Rock Cafe.
According to the outlet, Sofia was sporting a dark outfit with a black leather jacket whereas Morton was wearing a tan jacket with striped pants. Sofia and her rumored fling were both wearing masks as they left the celebrity-filled restaurant.
Earlier this year, Richie was seen hanging around Jaden Smith, but he later came out to say they were just friends. This marks the first time Richie has been on a date with a man since she dated Scott Disick. The couple broke up in May.
As it was previously reported, Sofia and Scott, 37, dated for approximately three years before they finally called it off. Disick, on the other hand, has been hanging around Bella Banons and Megan Blake Irwin.
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Fans of Sofia know her family wasn’t unhappy when they discovered she and Scott Disick had called off their romance. Us Magazine reported a few months ago that Sofia’s family, including her father, were secretly relieved that she and Scott had broken up.
Apparently, her family, including her older sister, Nicole, and her father, Lionel, didn’t like the fact there was such a large age gap between them. Sources who spoke with the outlet said her family has been telling her to continue focusing on her own life.
Scott, on the other hand, has been raising his kids with Kourtney Kardashian. Sofia has been busy working on her career as a model and has also started her own companies.
As it was previously reported, Scott and Sofia’s relationship came to an end during the starting of the summer months this year after they first started seeing each other in May. They had just broken up amid the news he had entered a rehabilitation facility to get over past traumas.