Newly single Scott Disick has been enjoying some “boy time” after splitting from his ex Kourtney Kardashian.
But the reality star looked far from jovial as he was led from a sushi restaurant in California by his minder last night.
Scott, 32, appeared bleary-eyed and out of sorts as he emerged from Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills with his blue and red shirt unbuttoned and his facial hair unkempt.
Scott’s sunkissed skin was a tell-tale indicator of his recent break in Mexico with friends, where he has been relaxing following his split from long-term partner Kourtney.
He completed his casual look with tight grey jeans and a pair of beige suede boots.
Scott’s minder was on hand to lead him from the posh restaurant by his forearm.
Scott’s partying and anger issues were a source of constant aggravation between the couple, with Kourtney repeatedly clashing with her boyfriend on reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians over his out of control behaviour.
Following the death of both his parents only a few months apart – in September 2013 and January 2014 – Scott appeared to spiral further and visited rehab earlier this year.
After nine years together, Kourt gave the father of her three children the push last month after photos of him partying in the south of France with ex-Chloe Bartoli appeared online.
As Scott dined with pals last night Kourtney enjoyed a night out with her sisters Kim and Kendall and Kylie Jenner at fave haunt Nobu in Malibu.
She earlier posted a cryptic quote on Twitter, saying: “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Albert Einstein.”
Their break-up was first confirmed by momager Kris Jenner, who discussed the strength her daughter has shown during the difficult separation in a new interview.
“She’s kind of my hero right now – she makes good decisions,” Kris told Haute Living’s September issue.
“She always puts her children first – and doesn’t get easily ruffled. This situation has made me realise how strong she is.”
Meanwhile Scott said he was trying to remain positive, telling US Weekly: “(I’m) just taking it one day at a time.
“With everything going on right now, I need to be positive for myself.”