Amanda Seyfried’s New Boyfriend Might’ve Still Been Married When They Got Together

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Just one pesky little detail…

As we reported, Amanda Seyfried is currently dating this dude (above)  an actor named Thomas Sadoski. The official story is that Thomas and Amanda “reconnected” on the set of their new movie, The Last Word, after first having met during a play they did together in April of 2015 when Thomas was married and Amanda was with Justin Long.

Well…Thomas filed for divorce from his wife around August of last year, the divorce got finalized a few months later and then he happened to work with Amanda again and that’s when they got romantic, just “during the last few weeks,” according to US Magazine. Only Radar calls BS, since Amanda split with Justin Long right around the time that Thomas split with his wife. BUSTED.

Seyfried, 30, and Sadoski, 39, met on the set of their off-Broadway show The Way We Get By in April 2015. At the time, he was married to his wife of eight years, Kimberly Hope, and Seyfried was in a relationship with movie star Justin Long.

Sadoski filed for divorce from Hope on August 14, 2015, and Seyfried announced her split with Long just a few weeks after that.

Hope did not answer Sadoski’s petition, nor hire a lawyer, and so the divorce went into default and was granted on December 14, 2015, court records state.

Sadoski and Seyfried then reconnected while filming The Last World in recent weeks, Us Weekly reported.

(Via Radar)

This seems a LITTLE sketch, doesn’t it? I like Amanda but I wonder what the REAL story is here. I know it’s not just what’s being reported- either these two were banging/flirting/promising bangtimez or they just “happened” to reconnect…

What do YOU think the story is with this new couple?

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