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Kim Kardashian's New 'Bad-Boy' Beau; The Inside Story

Jun. 24 2010, Published 1:28 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian has fallen for another bad-boy football stud in the shape of handsome Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin, RadarOnline.com can reveal.

The reality TV beauty split with her former boyfriend, New Orleans Saints NFL star Reggie Bush, because of his alleged womanizing ways, but Austin  apparently likes to party too.

He’s no stay -at -home kind of guy,  and was spotted partying with Jessica Simpson’s ex and his Cowboy’s teammate Tony Romo at the Body English at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas.

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Austin and Romo were photographed after Thanksgiving last year getting cozy with several scantily-clad ladies who seemed to be having a lot of fun with the two Cowboys stars.

But maybe Kim figures she can tame Austin’s frat boy antics after the pair reportedly met at a restaurant in Los Angeles a few months ago, and have had a few quiet dates since then.

After splitting with Bush, the most famous Kardashian sister was briefly linked with Portugese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo,  who is currently playing in the South African World Cup.

It remains to be seen if Kim and Miles become a  serious item, but she has told friends that she thinks he is a ‘good guy who treats her well.’

Before hooking-up with Austin after she split with Bush in March,  gorgeous Kim  has been happy to live the single life.

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Sources claimed that Reggie Bush’s mom did not approve of Kim, while her camp was convinced that he was cheating on the reality  TV  star.

Ironically, her current beau Austin and her ex- Reggie Bush will face off when the Cowboys play the Saints this Thanksgiving.

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