Has Megan Fox split from her husband Brian Green? That’s what fans are wondering after the Jennifer Body’s actress was seen hanging out with Machine Gun Kelly over the weekend of May 15. As of writing, none of them have weighed in on the rumors. However, Green just posted something to social media that only fueled the speculation.
Inside Megan Fox and Brian Green’s marriage
Fox and Green started dating in 2004 after meeting on the set of ABC’s Hope and Faith (2003-2006). They married in 2010 and went on to have three children: sons Noah, 7, Bodhi, 6, and Journey River, 3.
In 2015, the pair announced its split but reconciled a short while later. Speaking about their relationship in a 2017 episode of his podcast … with Brian Austin Green, Green admitted: “Marriage is hard.”
“It’s work, I think for anyone,” he continued. “I think when you get to the point like we have, where you have kids and you’ve been married for a while and we’ve been together for a long time, it’s – you just take it day by day.”
“I have no problem with something not working, I really hold no expectations,” he went on. “I try to live day by day… Some people look at divorce or things not working as, like, a disappointment and it’s not. The fact that it worked at all is a positive.”
By 2020, it seemed like their relationship was back on the rocks. The couple sparked split rumors again in April when they were seen meeting up and exchanging their kids.
The speculation grew later in the month when Fox and Green were seen without their wedding rings. Then in May, the actress was spotted with Machine Gun Kelly.
Megan Fox’s outing with Machine Gun Kelly
TMZ published photos on May 16 of Machine Gun Kelly driving Fox around in his car. They are seen laughing and smiling before reportedly stopping for a meal in the Los Angeles area. Pictures from the outing can be viewed at the TMZ link above.
The nature of Fox’s relationship with Machine Gun Kelly is unclear, but the two are set to co-star in the upcoming crime thriller, Midnight In The Switchgrass. Filming began earlier in 2020, but production was later paused due to the coronavirus pandemic, per Deadline.
Brian Green’s Instagram post following the outing
As news of the outing swept the Internet, Green shared a message on Instagram that seems to address the circumstances. He posted a photo of a butterfly resting on a flower along with a caption that read: “Eventually butterflies get bored sitting on a flower for too long. They start feeling smothered. It’s a great big world and they want to experience it.”
Uh oh. This definitely doesn’t look good, given the timing and all of the reports surrounding his marriage. But we also know that things like this often happen in the celebrity world and turn out to be nothing. We guess we’ll just have to wait for something more solid from the stars.