Megan Fox dating Machine Gun Kelly after split from Brian Austin Green

Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green (Photo: Getty Images)
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green (Photo: Getty Images)

Are Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green over?

The rumour mill has been swirling over the past few weeks with multiple reports that the couple were seen last month transferring their kids from one parent’s car to the other, while other outlets have noted they’ve been going out separately, without their wedding bands.

According to People, the Transformers star was out and about on Friday getting food with rapper, Machine Gun Kelly amid the split rumours. The two have both been cast in the film Midnight In The Switchgrass, however, according to Deadline, production has stopped due to the coronavirus.

To make matters worse, Brian also recently shared a rather cryptic post on Instagram, reports E! News, which just happened to coincide with Megan’s birthday.

"Eventually butterflies get bored sitting on a flower for too long," he wrote. "They start feeling smothered. It’s a great big world and they want to experience it."


The couple first started dating in 2004 before getting engaged in 2006 and tying the knot in 2010. They went on to have three children together.

The couple has split up and gotten back together numerous times – Megan filed for divorce in 2015. But the couple got back together shortly after welcoming their third child.

On Monday, a source confirmed to E! News that Megan has "something going on" with Machine Gun Kelly. "Megan has been working on a movie with Machine Gun Kelly and gotten close to him. They are hooking up and have been for a little while," the insider said. "She is separated from Brian Austin Green and they are taking time apart as a couple."

Brian later confirmed the news of the split as well as Megan's relationship with the rapper on his podcast, revealing he and Megan had quietly decided to call it quits in December.

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