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Emma Roberts and Evan Peters ‘split’

Published 12/06/2015

Emma Roberts
Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts and Evan Peters have reportedly called off their engagement and ended their relationship after three years together.

The 24-year-old actress and 28-year-old Evan started dating in 2012 after co-starring in Adult World.

They got engaged in December 2013.

However, sources close to the pair have revealed that the couple have now split.

“Their three years together just ran its course,” the source told JustJared.com. “They have so many great memories together but couldn’t make it work in the end. The break-up was amicable – there was no drama whatsoever. Emma and Evan are even still friends!”

Speaking previously about their courtship, Emma admitted that it was anything but love at first sight.

Instead, Emma’s flirting attempts made her look like she had something “in her eye”.

"We met on the movie. Everyone thought we dated on the movie and we didn't, not for a long time after," she admitted to E!'s Chelsea Lately.

"I actually, on the set, was like, 'Oh yeah, we're totally gonna date.' And I would like flirt with him, which ended up looking like I had something in my eye because I'd be like, 'Hey, what's up?' [Bats eyelashes] And he literally didn't speak to me the entire movie. He thought I was so weird."

Emma and Evan certainly had their ups and downs during their time together. In July 2013, Emma was arrested for domestic violence against her partner.

She was released a few hours after and her partner declined to press charges.

Representatives for both actors have yet to comment on the split allegations.

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