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Friday 6 March 2015

Tisdale steps out with 'new boyfriend'

Ashley Tisdale
Ashley Tisdale

Ashley Tisdale has reportedly moved on from her on-off boyfriend Scott Speer.

The former High School Musical star began dating the director in 2009.

They broke up in December 2011 and she briefly dated Boys Like Girls musician Martin Johnson.

Ashley and Scott then reconciled back in May.

But the actress appears to have called it quits for good with the Step Up Revolution director.

"Ashley and Scott split for the same reason they did last time. Their relationship just ran its course," a source told UsWeekly.

The 27-year-old star stepped out with Annie Automatic musician Christopher French this week and according to the tabloid, the pair are an item.

"She likes those rocker types," a source told the publication. "They have mutual friends and just met through hanging out."

Ashley and Christopher were first pictured together on December 26 during a shopping trip in Los Angeles.

He was previously linked to actress Kaley Cuoco.

Before she was with Scott, Ashley dated Factory rocker Jared Murillo for a few months. Their relationship ended in 2009.

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