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After his divorce from Raigosa, Villaraigosa was publicly in a relationship with KTLA reporter Lu Parker that ended in 2012.

Last May, the LA Weekly reported he was dating actress Kristanna Loken.

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Villaraigosa didn't talk about who she is or how they met.

At the Town Hall event at downtown's City Club, Villaraigosa didn't discourage speculation that he is running for governor and just waiting for the right time to make it official. He has been traveling the state on talking tours and having stories done about him testing the political waters.

Villaraigosa’s previous affair with a television reporter on Telemundo’s Spanish language KVEA-TV Channel 52 led to his divorce in 2007 from then-wife Corina Villaraigosa.

Villaraigosa told an audience at Loyola Marymount University last week that how he handled the breakup of his marriage was his biggest regret as mayor.

Villaraigosa is a member of the Democratic Party, and was a national co-chairman of Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign, a member of President Barack Obama's Transition Economic Advisory Board, His father abandoned their family when he was 5 years old, and at age of 16, a benign tumor in his spinal column briefly paralyzed him from the waist down, curtailing his ability to play sports.

His grades plummeted at Cathedral High School, and the next year, he was expelled from the Roman Catholic institution after getting into a fight after a football game.

Parker, a special assignment reporter at KTLA, founded the Lu Parker Project to help homeless and abused animals and penned “Catching the Crown: The Source for Pageant Competition,” a portrait of pageant life with insights from her year as Miss USA in 1994.

It’s unclear whether Parker has moved out of Getty House, the mayor’s official residence, according to the newspaper.

At UCLA, he was a leader of MECh A, an organization that seeks to promote Chicano unity and empowerment through political action.