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Megan Fox picks up takeout with Machine Gun Kelly amid rumors that she’s isolating herself from hubby

Megan Fox was seen grabbing a takeaway in Calabasas this Friday with Machine Gun Kelly.

The 34-year-old actress sat in the passenger seat of an Aston Martin, driven by the 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Colson Baker.

Both have been cast in the serial killer movie Midnight In The Switchgrass, which began filming in Puerto Rico in March shortly before the COVID-19 lockdowns, according to Deadline.

Their outing is amid a rumor that Megan isolated herself from her husband Brian Austin Green during the coronavirus pandemic.

On the road: Megan Fox was picked up this Friday in Calabasas with Machine Gun Kelly

On the road: Megan Fox was picked up this Friday in Calabasas with Machine Gun Kelly

Megan seemed to be cheerful during the outing and smiled as she talked to Machine Gun Kelly while they waited for their food to arrive.

Machine gun Kelly wore a t-shirt with tattoos on his arm, while Megan accessorized her look with a hat.

After they got their food, he saw Megan drive back to her gated community in Calabasas and join the guest entrance.

DailyMail.com has asked for comments from representatives of both Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly.

Megan has been married to Beverly Hills, 90210 star Brian since 2010, and they share three sons – Noah, seven, Bodhi, six, and Journey, three.

Side by side: the 34-year-old actress sat in the passenger seat of an Aston Martin, driven by the 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Colson Baker

Side by side: the 34-year-old actress sat in the passenger seat of an Aston Martin, driven by the 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Colson Baker

Side by side: the 34-year-old actress sat in the passenger seat of an Aston Martin, driven by the 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Colson Baker

Background: Their outing is amid a rumor that Megan isolated herself from her husband Brian Austin Green amid the coronavirus pandemic

Background: Their outing is amid a rumor that Megan isolated herself from her husband Brian Austin Green amid the coronavirus pandemic

Background: Their outing is amid a rumor that Megan isolated herself from her husband Brian Austin Green amid the coronavirus pandemic

Cheerful: Megan seemed to be cheerful during the outing, smiling as she talked to Machine Gun Kelly while they waited for their food to arrive

Cheerful: Megan seemed to be cheerful during the outing, smiling as she talked to Machine Gun Kelly while they waited for their food to arrive

The Look: Machine Gun Kelly wore a T-shirt that showed off his arm tattoos, while Megan accessorized her look with a beanie

The Look: Machine Gun Kelly wore a T-shirt that showed off his arm tattoos, while Megan accessorized her look with a beanie

Cheerful: Megan seemed to be cheerful during the outing, smiling as she talked to Machine Gun Kelly while they waited for their food to arrive

Driving home ?: After they got their food, he saw Megan drive back to her gated community in Calabasas and join the guest entrance

Driving home ?: After they got their food, he saw Megan drive back to her gated community in Calabasas and join the guest entrance

Driving home ?: After they got their food, he saw Megan drive back to her gated community in Calabasas and join the guest entrance

In the middle of last month, there were reports that Brian and Megan may be isolating themselves separately amid the coronavirus pandemic.

She squatted in her gated community in Calabasas, catching a glimpse of the children in the Malibu area.

This week, she was spotted without her ring when she picked up a takeaway lunch from the Calabasas location of Tony’s health food store Erewhon Market.

Brian and Megan were spotted in mid-April exchanging the kids and a car seat in a parking lot in Calabasas before heading to Paradise Cove in Malibu.

At that time, DailyMail.com contacted for comments regarding the couple’s living situation.

However, earlier in the month, the couple had been seen together on the Erewhon market.

Megan filed for divorce from Brian in 2015 citing irreconcilable differences, but she was back with him and pregnant with Journey the following year.

Three years after they got back together, Megan took the legal step to reject the divorce petition last April.

Megan’s and Machine Gun Kelly’s Midnight In The Switchgrass is directed by Randall Emmett, a producer of Martin Scorsese’s films Silence and The Irishman.

Their castmates are Sylvester Stallone’s daughter Sistine, as well as Inception actor Lukas Haas and names like Bruce Willis and Emile Hirsch.

According to an interview she gave Elle in 2009, Megan and Brian met at work in a 2004 episode of the ‘really bad TV show’ Hope & Faith. At the time, she was 18 and he was 30.

Megan said she was chasing Brian and thought, “Oh my god, I need to be with you. You are not a threat, you are not an idiot who is going to cause a lot of problems. ‘

She said, “I had to convince him that I was a little more responsible and eloquent and that I had to bring other things to the table besides 18.”

Megan shot to stardom on the first two Transformers films, drawing further attention with rousing comments about the film director Michael Bay.

“He looks like Napoleon and he wants to create this insane, notoriously crazy reputation. He wants to be like Hitler on his sets, and he is, ‘she wrote for Wonderland in 2009.

“So he’s a nightmare to work for, but if you take him away from the set, and he’s not in director mode, I really enjoy his personality because he’s so clumsy, so hopelessly clumsy. He has no social skills at all. ‘

Her stormy dynamism with Michael culminated in her departure from the Transformers franchise after two films, the 2007 original and the 2009 sequel Revenge Of The Fallen.

While it appears on Watch what happens live in 2018, Megan confirmed rumors that she once had a ‘romantic’ relationship with her Transformers co-star Shia LaBeouf.

“So it was like a romance on set that didn’t go anywhere after that?” host Andy Cohen asked, and Megan replied, “Yes.”

As the # MeToo movement started, she told the New York Times that the public perception of her influenced her decision not to share her own experiences.

“I just didn’t think based on how I was received by people and feminists that I would be a sympathetic victim,” explained the Jennifer Body star.

“And I thought if there ever was a time when the world would agree that it is appropriate to be ashamed of someone, it would be when I come up with my story,” she said, adding that she had “quite a few stories had to tell.

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