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Lose My Number! Kourtney Orders Ex Younes To Stop Calling Her

Kourtney Kardashian's ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima has been relentlessly calling her since she kicked him to the curb, has exclusively learned.

Now, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star wants her former boy toy to lose her phone number!, a source has revealed.

"Kourtney is having a hard time shaking off Younes," the insider told "He just won’t take no for an answer and she’s sick of it."

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As previously reported, Kourtney, 39, dumped the hunky model, 26, this summer after a two-year romance.

A source told at the time that Kourt had been unhappy with Younes for a long time, and he'd always been "a rebound" guy after she split from her baby daddy and longtime love, Scott Disick, 35.

At the end of September, rumors of a Kourt and Scott reconciliation flew when they traveled to New York together with their three kids.

Scott has been dating Sofia Richie, 20, for months. But as reported, Kourtney's sister Kim, 38, recently revealed she would love to see Scott and her sibling get back together and have more babies.

Still, the insider told that Younes has never given up on winning Kourtney back and enjoying more lavish times with her.

"When they first split, she tried to keep things civil, but Younes’ ego was badly bruised and he’s missing the lifestyle she used to provide," the source explained.

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"He calls her multiple times a day and texts late at night, even though they’re on different continents now that he’s moved to Paris.

"She’s done with the nicey-nice approach and told him to beat it and stop calling," the source claimed.

As another insider has told, "Younes was a beautiful distraction for a while, but right now she is just focused on herself, her career and her kids."

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