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Moving Trucks Arrive At Home Of Megan Fox And Brian Austin Green

Movers were spotted hauling boxes into trucks at the Los Angeles–area home of Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green, the same day it was reported that the couple is splitting up.

Posted on August 19, 2015, at 5:43 p.m. ET

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Looks like it's moving day at the home of Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green.

On the same day news broke that the couple was spitting up after 11 years, multiple moving trucks and security personnel were spotted at their Toluca Lake house on Wednesday. Boxes were piled up on the couple’s circular driveway.

Us Weekly broke the news that Fox and Green were ending their relationship. The seemingly inseparable duo married five years ago in Hawaii and have two sons — Noah, 2, and Bodhi Ransom, 1. The couple has so far not filed papers to divorce.

Claudia Rosenbaum / BuzzFeed News

Fox and Green moved to the Toluca Lake house in 2014. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom house was once Bing Crosby’s original Carriage House. According to the Trulia listing, the couple purchased the contemporary ranch-style home for $3.33 million.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.

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