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Justin Theroux flaunts his muscles as he enjoys coffee date with mystery brunette

Apr 18, 2018
11:30 P.M.
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It looks like the Leftovers star is doing just fine being a single man as he looks to be in tip-top shape as he meets up with a gorgeous female.

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Justin Theroux seems to be embracing his single life now since separating from his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston early this year. In fact, he was spotted putting on a flirty display with a woman. Daily Mail has the scoop.

The Zoolander actor flaunted his muscles as he sported a cut-off Eazy-E T-shirt with a brunette beauty. The two went out for coffees together and were seen chatting and laughing outside the café. They looked very comfortable and at ease with each other’s company.

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They later took a stroll as Justin pushed his bike along with him.

His companion also flaunted her shoulders as she wore a white blouse tied at the waist to reveal her toned belly and her tightly curled tresses were up in a ponytail.

The woman was later identified as 25-year-old model Erika Cardenas.

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The 46-year-old actor has been linked to a few women since his split from estranged wife such as actress Aubrey Plaza, 33, and artist Petra Collins, 25.

But his rumored romance with Aubrey has been dispelled and a source insisted that the former Parks and Recreation co-stars are just good friends and are actually working on a new project together. An insider said:

“Aubrey is still with her boyfriend, Jeff Baena. She and Justin are talking about a film project to work on together.”

Justin and Friends alum Jennifer surprised fans when they announced in February their separation after being married for two and a half years. In a statement released by Jennifer’s publicist at the time, their decision to go their separate ways “was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year.”

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The statement also disclosed that they wanted to handle their separation privately but they had to counter tabloid speculation and “convey the truth directly.”

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