LaBeouf New Girlfriend: Mia Goth and Actor Seen Together in LA Photos (VIDEO)

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(Photo: Reuters/Tony Gentile)Actor Shia LaBeouf poses on the red carpet during a screening for the movie "The Company You Keep" at the 69th Venice Film Festival September 6, 2012.

Shia LaBoeuf has a new girlfriend, and it has been reported that he is dating his recent co-star of Nymphomaniac, Mia Goth. The pair were recently photographed together in Los Angeles.

When the Transformers actor was filming that movie with Goth he was in fact still dating former-girlfriend, Karolyn Pho. He had been dating her for two years at that time. However, it was reported by various publications at that time that their relationship became strained after Pho did not want LaBoeuf to take part in that film.

The actor and Pho eventually broke up, and LaBoeuf was seen spending increasing amounts of time with Goth.

LaBoeuf and the 19 year old actress were seen out just prior to Thanksgiving as well as over the Christmas period in Los Angeles.

However, now it appears as though their relationship has developed into more than friendship and a source has recently claimed to Radar Online that they are not an item. The source told the publication: "They've kept their relationship under wraps, but they pretty much started dating after he broke off things with Karolyn a few months ago. He got to know Mia on set and quickly became enamored of her. They have similar interests, they love alternative music, thrift stores and she is edgy and funny, which Shia loves."

According to E! News the pair have been showing off their affections for one another in an increasingly public way. It also claims that the couple have been seeing each other now for about a month.

Just recently LaBoeuf and Goth were seen out together in Ventura, California, where they were caught going out together for coffee and visiting the Descanso Gardens.

In other news concerning the actor, it has been confirmed that LaBoeuf will be making his Broadway debut sometime in 2013. He has been lined up to star in new play "Orphans," which will also feature Hollywood veteran Alec Baldwin.