More than three years after Jennifer Garner announced her split with Ben Affleck, she is said to be watching John Miller, a king of real-life burgers based in California.
The two have been "casually dating" for some months, according to unidentified sources from multiple sources, and the reports categorize the relationship as "not serious" at this time.
Miller is the president and CEO of Cali Group, which operates more than 50 hamburger restaurants called Cali Burger in several countries. The claim of the franchise to fame is that it uses robot technology called Flippy, which flips burgers and cleans grills. Miller was one of the authors of a book about commercial applications of the new technology. The Nanotechnology Manual on Business Law, Policies and Intellectual Property, published in 2004.
The graduate of Stanford Law School has two children from a previous marriage to the famous violinist Caroline Campbell. The two filed for divorce in 2011.
Garner has been "dating him for the last few months and getting to know him," a source told E! News. "They have some friends in common and they know some of the same people through their children."
Garner's representatives did not respond immediately to HuffPost's request for comments.
Garner has not publicly linked with anyone since she and Affleck jointly announced their separation in 2015 after 10 years of marriage. The previous couple did not finalize the divorce until the beginning of this month, since they continue co-sponsoring their three children, Violet, 12, Seraphina, 9 and Samuel, 6.
The Affleck Oscar winner for a while went out with "Saturday Night Live" producer Lindsay Shookus, and has since been linked to Playboy model Shauna Sexton.
Garner and Affleck have apparently maintained a close relationship throughout their steps toward divorce. This summer, the student of "Alias" was seen driving her ex to a rehabilitation center, where she sought treatment for alcohol addiction.
"I'm fighting for me and my family," Affleck said in a statement after completing the program. "The support I have received from my family, colleagues and fans means more to me than I can say."