Demi Moore was photographed partying with a group of friends including Lenny Kravitz and Stacy Kiebler at the Chanel Beachside Barbecue in Miami on Wednesday night.
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The 50-year-old actress, who has remained low key since separating from Ashton Kutcher in 2011, appeared to be in good spirits as she openly chatted and danced with friends at Soho Beach House. American art dealer Vito Schnabel, 26, was also in attendance and the pair was reportedly spotted embracing one another during the celebrity packed event.
"They are definitely a couple. She is definitely more down to party than Vito. She was most ready to party than anyone else in the room!" a source reportedly told E! News.
Moore appears to have moved on from Kutcher, 33, following a dramatic past year that she endured stemming from her separation from the "Two and A Half Men" actor. Despite claims that the mother of three is jealous of Kutcher's newfound romance with actress Mila Kunis, 29, she is allegedly dating Schnabel, who is a friend of her 24-year-old daughter Rumer Willis.
"Rumer was pretty annoyed to hear any of it because all of them know Vito," an insider told People magazine. "They have friends in common. It's too close to home."
Moore is reportedly trying to mend strained relationships with her three daughters following reports that they sided with Kutcher after the separation, although Rumer's reported outrage over her mother's relationship with Schnabel could create a setback.
Despite their differences, Moore and Kutcher, who are yet to file for divorce, have reunited to pursue their philanthropic work as a unit.
The pair, who was married for six years prior to their public split, previously established the DNA (Demi and Ashton) organization, which aims to fight sexual exploitation of children. The name was recent changed to THORN: Digital Defenders of Children.
"For the past three years we have focused our work broadly on combating child sex trafficking. It has become crystal clear in our efforts that technology plays an increasingly large role in this crime and in the sexual exploitation of children overall," the pair said in a statement to Us magazine.
Moore has also been busy with her acting career since leaving rehab in January and she recently landed a spot in the highly anticipated drama "Very Good Girls," also starring Elizabeth Olsen and Dakota Fanning.