KEY POINTS

  • Chrishell Stause is not ready to start dating again after her split from Keo Motsepe last month, a report says
  • The "Selling Sunset" star went through two breakups in the last two years
  • Insiders say Stause is surrounding herself with people who give her "positive energy" and keeping herself busy with work

Chrishell Stause is not ready to dive back into the dating pool after her last two breakups, according to a report.

The "Selling Sunset" star and "Dancing With the Stars" pro Keo Motsepe recently called it quits after three months of dating. The 39-year-old reality star "is in a better place" after the split, though she and Motsepe, 31, "haven't been communicating," an unnamed source told Us Weekly.

Stause is reportedly focusing on her work as she moves on from her heartbreak. "She’s looking forward to returning to TV and focusing on her upcoming projects. She finds her work to be a healthy distraction," the insider added.

Stause wants to heal from her divorce from her ex-husband, Justin Hartley, and split from Motsepe before dating again, the tipster added. She's had two breakups in two years, so she is not in a rush to get back into the dating scene.

"She went through so much heartbreak this past year that she really is taking a break from dating. She’s someone who does love being in a relationship, but now she’s completely going to take time for herself and focus on what’s to come," the insider told the outlet.

The "Days of Our Lives" alum is "surrounding herself with friends and people who bring positive energy into her life," the source added.

Stause confirmed her split from Motsepe in a post on her Instagram story in which she shared a report about their separation. Several reports claimed that he had been dishonest toward her.

"Was I messy? Yes. But I appreciate this truthful, non manipulative change of tone," she wrote on her Instagram story while sharing a screenshot of a report from Us Weekly. "I appreciate all of your supportive messages btw) Let my mess be a lesson to CALL OUT BULL [S–T]. Ok dropping this. Back to peace love and rainbows."

In the report, an insider claimed Motsepe "was caught in a web of lies" and made a huge mistake that led to their split after dating for three months.

"[Motsepe is] not denying the fact that he lied to her and is truly ashamed about something he did. … He genuinely loved her but made a big mistake. I don’t see them getting back together," the source said.

Meanwhile, Hartley was irritated when Stause opened up about their split on "Selling Sunset," Us Weekly earlier reported. In one episode of the Netflix show, she claimed that she only learned about their divorce via text.

After two years of marriage, Hartley had filed for divorce on Nov. 22, 2019, citing irreconcilable differences and listing July 8 of that year as their date of separation.

Chrishell Stause Chrishell Stause attends the 71st Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, California Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images