The two were caught canoodling at this year’s Coachella.“Scott and Nina were getting very close,” a source told Us Weekly of their interactions at the music fest.of Japan (the airbag manufacturer), and the rental company of the vehicle she was driving, a 2001 Honda Civic. Honda said its records showed that the driver's side airbaginflator in the car was subject to recalls since July 2009, andthat four recall notices had been sent to registered owners ofthe vehicle starting in August 2009.The 30-year-old actor confessed to GQ Australia: 'I've lost friends before; I've lost some great friends.While they weren’t kissing, they “were always right next to each other and laughing at each other’s, assumingly, flirty jokes, and Scott had his arm around her every chance he could,” the eyewitness added.Lima’s rep denied that she even dined with that night, saying he wasn’t even there, according to Us Weekly.That wasn't the way that s*** went down in that family.If you did something wrong, you were going to get punished.
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