Sofia Richie’s New Boyfriend Matthew Morton ‘Likes Her a Lot’

first_imgThe 22-year-old model was previously in a long-term relationship with Scott Disick. The former couple were first linked in 2017 before calling it quits in May after nearly three years of dating. While they reconciled two months later, they split again in August.Disick, 37, has also moved on from his romance with Richie. In October, the Talentless founder stepped out for a dinner date with model Bella Banos, whom he was previously linked to in 2017. He was then spotted leaving the Kimpton La Peer Hotel in West Hollywood with model Megan Blake Irwin. On Halloween, he hit up a party with Lisa Rinna’s 19-year-old daughter, Amelia Gray Hamlin.- Advertisement – Disick shares children Mason, 10, Penelope, 8, and Reign, 5, with ex Kourtney Kardashian, whom he dated on and off from 2006 to 2015. The exes have also spent time together since his split with Richie, most recently during Kim Kardashian’s 40th birthday party on a private tropical island.During Disick and Richie’s relationship, it became “more apparent that his family [with Kourtney] was more of a priority than she was,” a source told Us. The insider added that the Flip It Like Disick star is “always going to be in love” with the 41-year-old Poosh founder.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! Going Strong! Sofia Richie’s new beau, Matthew Morton, is very much invested in their relationship.“Matt grew up with an insane amount of wealth, but always remained grounded. He is a hard worker and wants to prove himself to his dad [Hard Rock Cafe cofounder Peter Morton],” a source tells Us Weekly exclusively. “He used to be somewhat of a player and has always surrounded himself with very pretty girls and dated pretty girls. But he’s calmed down a lot and likes Sofia a lot.”Sofia Richie’s New Man Matthew Morton Likes Her a Lot 1Sofia Richie and Matthew Morton Paul Zimmerman/Shutterstock; Inset: Courtesy of HurdlePodcast/Instagram- Advertisement – Us broke the news of Richie’s new relationship with Morton on October 19. Two days earlier, the duo fueled dating rumors after being spotted grabbing dinner at Nobu in Malibu.“They’re trying not to make a big deal about their relationship or about how serious it is,” an insider told Us at the time. “But they are definitely seeing each other.”Shortly after their romance was confirmed, a source revealed to Us that Morton, 27, is “really excited” about the pair’s blossoming romance. “They both run in the same circle and have known each other. So, it’s easy and fun for both of them,” the insider shared. “Sofia’s family approves of him, which is super nice for her.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

At least 13 killed in Canada rampage, suspect dead

first_img“I can report that there were 13 victims so far, plus the suspect, that are deceased,” the commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Brenda Lucki, told Canadian broadcaster CBC.The victims included a female RCMP officer, Constable Heidi Stevenson, a 23-year veteran of the Force, while a second officer was injured.In Nova Scotia several victims were discovered both outside and inside a house in the town, sparking a 12-hour manhunt through multiple communities.”The search for the suspect ended this morning. When the suspect was located. And I can confirm that he is deceased,” Chief Superintendent Chris Leather told a press conference earlier. Topics : A gunman killed at least 13 people in an overnight shooting rampage across rural Nova Scotia, before being found dead Sunday after one of Canada’s worst killing sprees in decades, federal police said.Identified as 51-year-old Gabriel Wortman, the suspect had been on the run since Saturday night, when police were alerted to shots fired in the town of Portapique, around 100 kilometers (60 miles) from Halifax, capital of the Atlantic province.Gun violence in Canada is far less than in the neighboring United States, and weapons more strictly controlled, and the killings were the country’s  worst since 1989 when a gunman murdered 14 female students at Montreal’s Ecole Polytechnique. Leather said that at one point the suspect appeared to be wearing part of a police uniform and was driving a vehicle made to look like an RCMP cruiser. One officer dead, one injured RCMP tweeted several times that he was not an officer and warned he was considered “armed and dangerous.””The initial search for the suspect led to multiple sites in the area, including structures that were on fire,” Leather told the news conference.Leather said there was no final count on the number of victims, and that the investigation was in its early stages. Another police spokesperson said, without further details, that the gunman was killed after an officer intervened.Police said they had no indication of a motive at this stage. Lucki told CBC said there was no indication “at this point” of a terrorist motive.”What I would say is that it appears to be at least in part, very random in nature,” said Leather.”We are in the early stages of an incredibly detailed and complex investigation that has forever changed countless lives.” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a statement that he “was saddened to learn about the senseless violence in Nova Scotia.”He said he hopes for a full recovery of the wounded, “including one RCMP member who is in hospital being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.”last_img read more