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'Modern Family' Star Ariel Winter Reveals Relationship With Levi Meaden


After months of speculation, "Modern Family" star Ariel Winter and actor Levi Meaden finally confirmed they are a couple. The two made their relationship public by walking the red carpet together at the TrevorLIVE Los Angeles Fundraiser in Beverly Hills.

According to The Independent, "Modern Family" start Ariel Winter fully supports The Trevor Project by saying, "[the] Trevor Project is so amazing for LGBTO youth. I think that it's really important for young people to be there supporting and speaking out and continuing with their fight. I think that it's really important for me to be here." The Trevor Project is a national organization that aims to provide crisis intervention and suicide intervention services to the LGBT (lesbian gay bisexual transgender) youth.

In an US Magazine report, Levi Meaden and Ariel Winter first sparked rumors they were dating when they were caught holding hands by photographers while they were having coffee at Studio City, California. Winter also showed clips of them having fun in her Instagram story. Meaden and Winter also celebrated Thanksgiving together with Winter's friend Jack Griffo capturing the moment on Snapchat with the caption, "Family dinner friends giving that's my girl with her man."

In September, Ariel Winter shot down rumors she was dating childhood friend Sterling Beaunon with a tweet, "Everyone thinking I'm taken when I'm over here single AF." Winter ended her relationship with her boyfriend of two years, Laurent Claude Gaudette last June.

Ariel Winter plays Alex Dunphy in "Modern Family." The rest of the cast also features Ed O'Neill as Jay Pritchett, Sofia Vergara as Gloria Delgado-Pritchett and Julie Bowen as Claire Dunphy. She has also appeared in TV Movies, "Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension" and "Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred." Levi Meaden has appeared in TV series, "The Killing", "Almost Human" and "The Secret Circle."

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