Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick are keeping mum about their breakup but were both very cryptic on social media this weekend.
Kourtney, 36, had ended their relationship over the Fourth of July weekend after he had engaged in a month-long partying bender, during which he was photographed in Monte Carlo looking cozy with an ex-girlfriend. Scott has not commented. He recently jetted off to New York.
The two are parents to son Mason Disick, 5, daughter Penelope Disick, 3, and 6-month-old baby son Reign Disick. Scott has not seen them in person for weeks and missed the little girl's birthday at Disneyland, where she celebrated with the Kardashian family, although he did post a sweet birthday message to her. Mason spent time on Saturday bonding with aunt Kim Kardashian, 34, and taking sweet and funny selfies with her.
Neither Scott nor Kourtney have commented about the breakup. On Saturday, she posted a cryptic message on Twitter, quoting from the New Testament of the Bible.
"There is only one lawgiver and judge, he who is able to save and to destroy. But who are you to judge your neighbor? James 4:12," she wrote.
Scott returned to the United States last Sunday. He was later believed to be partying in Miami and later jetted off to New York. He has been "telling friends he's doing good," a source recently told E! News.
Late on Friday, he posted on Instagram a photo of a master bedroom, saying, "Goodnight with a dream bedroom."
The photo is taken from an outdated real estate listing of an almost brand-new, approximately 12,500-square-foot, $32.8 million Hollywood Hills mansion, which was originally listed for sale in April for $38 million.
The house was built last year and is located minutes from the bars and nightclubs of West Hollywood's Sunset Strip and contains three floors, five bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms, a gym, pool and spa, theater and wine cellar and boasts beautiful views of Los Angeles.
The "dream bedroom" features a large, full-length, corner window, a television showing Faye Dunaway in a scene from the 1974 movie Chinatown, a plush gray rug over a light wood floor and a king-sized bed with a navy comforter and white printed throw.