It's been such an emotional roller coaster trying to keep up with the status of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's relationship, hasn't it?
One day they're together, the next she's pregnant, they're broken up again the day after that. It's a mess.
Throw in a dash of Justin Bieber and a heaping spoonful of Scott's ongoing addiction issues, and you've got yourself a recipe for disaster.
See, Kourtney and Scott have been having a rough month.
It started when Scott accompanied Kim Kardashian on her trip to Dubai for emotional support, as it was her first official appearance since she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris in October.
During that trip, he went missing for a whole day, and later claimed that he "overslept."
It was fishy, and Kourtney thought so too, so she let him know. She reportedly went off on him, but sadly, Scott isn't in a position to care too much about what the mother of his children thinks about him.
Shortly after returning home from Dubai, he left again for the Sundance Film Festival, where he allegedly partied hard, booze and all.
Things aren't looking good already, right? Well, hold on, because it gets worse before it gets better.
(Full disclosure: it actually hasn't gotten better yet, so ...)
OK, so after his bad behavior in Dubai and at Sundance, he went on the family's Costa Rica vacation to make things up to Kourtney.
So that's nice, right? Maybe they're patching things up? Not so fast.
Apparently, Scott left the family getaway earlier, because he was photographed yesterday in Miami, hooking up with a model in a hotel pool.
This guy ...
The model's name is J Lynne, and according to TMZ, she's been telling friends that she just met Scott yesterday and they simply "hung out" all day.
But judging by the photos, it was a pretty intimate hang session: at different points, she had her legs wrapped around him and he was kissing her neck.
It could have been just a one day thing, sure, but if he and Kourtney had any chance at getting back together, that one day could have ruined it completely.
Hope it was worth it, Scott!