Apparently, Sophia Bush is a fan of coupling up with her co-stars.
Just one day after news broke that the 32-year-old brunette beauty had split with her Google engineer boyfriend Dan Fredinburg (the couple actually called it quits in February, but news of the breakup only recently surfaced), a source tells E! News that Bush is now dating her Chicago P.D. co-star Jesse Soffer.
"Sophia met her new beau Jesse on set of Chicago P.D," the insider dished, adding that Bush and her former BF split "maybe six/seven months" ago.
"They've [Sophia and Jesse] been secretly dating for over three months, but only their close friends knew," the source continued. "Jesse is super-sweet and they are really cute together."
While the erstwhile One Tree Hill star has yet to formally comment on her relationship status, there are plenty of cute pics of the pair on both Sofia and Jesse's Instagram accounts, seemingly suggesting that the two have indeed gone from co-stars to couple.
"#TCA2014 #ChicagoPD matching photo booth shot with my partner to the one from January. Here we go Season 2! #Lindsay #Halstead #Chicago," the brunette stunner captioned the cozy (and super-cute!) pic with the 30-year-old hottie.
However, a second source insisted that Sophia is currently single, although the insider admitted that the cast is "super-close" and "spending every waking moment together."
"They all have really good chemistry together," the source added.
Bush has a well-known history of romancing her costars. Prior to Fredinburg, she dated Austin Nichols—who played her husband on OTH—on and off for six years, but the couple called it quits for good back in February 2012.
The NBC star previously dated co-star Chad Michael Murray for two years, and then said "I do," but their marriage was annulled after a mere five months in 2005. Afterward, she was linked to James Lafferty, who played the half-brother of Murray's character.
Despite the ups and downs, the TV star is still a big believer in love. "I'm such a sucker for love, and I believe in it, and I always want it to win," Sophia told E! News in 2012. "I don't think you can really, truly be the partner you want to be until you know on an absolute level that you are a complete person on your own."