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Liam Hemsworth Moves Out as Actor and Eiza Gonzalez Spotted Getting Close

Liam Hemsworth Moves Out as Actor and Eiza Gonzalez Spotted Getting Close

In the wake of the breakup between Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus the Australian actor has reportedly left the Toluca Lake, Calif., which he had formerly shared with Cyrus.

Sources revealed that in the time Cyrus has been in Europe promoting her album Bangerz, the actor moved his things out of the home and is living near his West Hollywood gym.

"Liam had been begging Miley to announce the split all summer," the source told Life & Style.

Hemsworth has been trying to separate himself from her Cyrus since their last appearance as a couple on Aug. 8 at the LA premiere of his movie Paranoia.

Hemsworth was even recently photographed bonding with Mexican singer-actress Eiza Gonzalez, days before he unfollowed Miley Cyrus on Twitter.

The "Hunger Games" actor, 23, was in Las Vegas on Saturday to watch the highly anticipated boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Canelo Alvarez, and shortly after he and Gonzalez enjoyed a night out at XS nightclub. Hemsworth, who proposed to Cyrus, 19, in 2012 after two-years of dating, confirmed his split from the singer earlier this week.

"They never left each other's sides," an eyewitness told Radar Online about Hemsworth and Gonzalez.

"They were with a few people and spent a few minutes at the VIP DJ stage table. They then headed back to a more private VIP bungalow cabana near the pool," the source continued. "They had drinks and talked in the bungalow. They left together with the rest of the group around 2 a.m."

Hemsworth and Gonzalez, 23, were also photographed together in Los Angeles on Monday, the same day that reps for the Australian actor and Cyrus reportedly confirmed that they mutually decided to part ways, according to People.com.

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