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.

''After all the drama with Scott over the years, she wasn't going put up with any drama from Younes. She cut him off. She is focused on her kids and herself.''

The pair's split came as a shock to fans as just a few weeks ago the 39-year-old beauty returned from a long romantic European vacation with Younes, but it's since been claimed that their break up was far from amicable and is still messy.

An insider explained: ''As soon as their long European vacation was over, they started having problems. Younes was in L.A. recently, and things were not great. He and Kourtney didn't get along. They decided to take a break, but were not officially over. Now with the pictures of Younes in Mexico, they are definitely not getting back together. Kourtney doesn't play games. She seems okay with [the breakup]. Younes was always supposed to be a rebound.''

However, it's believed their split was welcomed by Kourtney's family - including her sister Kim Kardashian West and her mother Kris Jenner - as she had started to withdraw from them while she was dating the 25-year-old hunk.

A source said: ''Kourtney was always so private and closed off when it came to Younes, and that really distanced herself from her sisters.

''Things are fine with them now and I'm sure they'll get even more back to normal now that it seems he's out of the picture for good.

''This could be a really positive thing for her relationship with her family.''

Kourtney has three children; Mason, eight, Penelope, six, and Reign, three, with her ex-boyfriend Scott.