All About Mick Jagger's Ex, 23, Who Was Spotted at Dinner with Clint Eastwood, 88
The young producer didn't waste any time addressing romance rumors
Film producer Noor Alfallah, 23, turned heads on Monday after being photographed out with Clint Eastwood, 88, at hotspot Craig’s in Los Angeles.
Alfallah, who was wearing a black leather jacket, got into the back of a car Eastwood — dressed in a red jacket, blue shirt, and brown pants — was driving.
Reps for both did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment, but Alfallah insists Eastwood is just a family friend, telling The Daily Mail, “We’re not dating.”
“There is no relationship,” she said. “We’re family friends, and my family was there and that’s it. My parents were there, other friends were there. Trust me there’s no relationship.”
Eastwood has been linked for the last seven years to girlfriend Christina Sandera, 55.
The Kuwaiti-American brunette is from Beverly Hills, and studied film and theater at UCLA and the University of Southern California, according to her Facebook page.
She previously made headlines when she dated Rolling Stones’ frontman Mick Jagger, 75, for a brief period.
Alfallah has produced two projects so far, including a 2018 TV short called Brosa Nostra, about a fraternity president trying to get his house to return to Greek Row at Southern California College.
She’s currently in post-production on the film La Petite Mort, per IMDB. The project tells the story of two young drug addicts, who ponder questions of “life, death, and morality” after breaking into the home of a young TV writer and unintentionally causing his death.
Eastwood has been married twice, to model Maggie Johnson, 88 (from 1953 to 1984) and reporter Dina Eastwood, 53 (from 1996 to 2014).
He has seven children — Kimber Lynn Eastwood, 54, Kyle Eastwood, 50, Alison Eastwood, 46, Scott Eastwood, 32, Kathryn Eastwood, 30, Francesca Eastwood, 25, and Morgan Eastwood, 22 — many of whom were by his side at the recent premiere of The Mule, which marked his return to acting after a 6-year hiatus.