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Thursday 23 October 2014

Shia LaBeouf 'enamoured' with co-star

Shia LaBeouf

Shia LaBeouf is reportedly dating his Nymphomaniac co-star Mia Goth.

The 26-year-old Hollywood actor split from his fashion designer girlfriend of nearly two years Karolyn Pho recently.

Apparently Shia has leapt into a romance with his 19-year-old colleague Mia.

"They've kept their relationship under wraps, but they pretty much started dating after he broke off things with Karolyn a few months ago," a source told Radar Online.

"Shia and Karolyn had a volatile relationship and it came to a head just before he began filming Nymphomaniac.

"He got to know Mia on set and quickly became enamoured of her. They have similar interests, they love alternative music, thrift stores and she is edgy and funny, which Shia loves."

Shia and Mia don't want to jump into a serious relationship.

The lovebirds are just having fun.

"While they obviously don't want to rush into things, Shia has already met Mia's parents in London, which is where she is from," the source detailed.

"They're already spending a lot of time together, not just with work, but also have been hitting the town. Mia has made Shia very happy and he's certainly found a party buddy for the time being."

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