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Yes, it's called the gravitomagnetic force.
even neutrinos at close range have virtual electron positron pairs around them inside their uncertainty period so they can exhibit some interactions as if they were charged particles.
Einstein showed that magnetism was a relativistic artefact of the coulomb force.
The virtual pairs are not bound except in the sense that their existence is constrained by the uncertainty principle.