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Adrian Grenier and Isabel Lucas Still A Green Couple?

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[UPDATE] Our eyes (and photo services) deceived us. Turns out the above is not Isabel Lucas.

Perhaps the demise of one of InStyle’s “Greenest Hollywood Couples” was nothing but a rumor. Alter-Eco star Adrian Grenier and Isabel Lucas were seen last night headed to the Time Warner Building for dinner at the Porter House in Uptown, New York City. The pair had reportedly parted ways after Lucas was seen hanging out with Shia LaBeouf earlier this month. Lucas was also involved in the accident that occurred at 3AM with LaBeouf behind the wheel.

Lucas recently moved to Los Angeles to pursue her film career, star in the Transformers sequel, and also lend a hand helping with Grenier’s Alter-Eco series for Planet Green. Along with Hayden Panettiere, she’s been a massive celebrity force in drawing attention to the plight of whales and the hunts that occur each year.

Adrian Grenier is putting the finishing touches on his latest documentary called Teenage Paparazzi. The film will have Mr. Grenier exploring his friendship with a 14-year-old paparazzo.

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