Justin Theroux steps out with rumored girlfriend after separation from Jennifer Aniston

May 07, 2018
07:42 P.M.
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Fans are yet to cope with the divorce between Theroux and Aniston. But the actor seems to have moved on. 


As reported by Inquisitr, The Girl On The Train actor Justin Theroux was spotted with his rumored girlfriend, Petra Collins, heading to a pre-Met Gala party on Saturday.

The 46-year-old star was seen with the 25-year-old model/director and rumors about their budding romance were reignited in the news cycle.

Theroux and Friends actress, Jennifer Aniston, ended their marriage after two and a half years. The duo officially announced their separation in February 2018. They were in a relationship over seven years.

The 'The Leftovers' actor met Collins for the first time in New York in the art scene and hit it off right away, according to Daily Mail


The report also suggested that Theroux and Collins were secretly in a relationship for quite some time, although he insists that they are just friends.

This is not Theroux first link-up with a person from the industry. Last month, he was seen with 25-year-old model Erika Cardenas in New York. However, it was later revealed that the two were just gym companions, according to People.  

Theroux was also spotted with Academy Award-winning actress, Emma Stone. The two were spotted enjoying a sushi date in New York. Before that, Stone and Theroux were spotted together attending Paris Fashion Week in March.


Last month, the Mute actor was seen with the Battle of the Sexes star together in a social media update. The image was captured on the sets of the film Maniac and also featured famous hairdresser Jonathan Van Ness.

The actor-producer was in a 14-year-old relationship with stylist Heidi Bivens before he started dating Aniston in 2011. The duo began their courtship after working on the sets of the film Wanderlust.

They got engaged in August 2012 and tied the knot in August 2015. Aniston was married to Hollywood actor Brad Pitt for five years before splitting up in 2005.