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Emma Roberts romance ‘pretty extreme’

Published 18/07/2013 | 10:37

Emma Roberts
Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts’ stormy affair with boyfriend Evan Peters is reportedly volatile because the pair are “crazy in love”.

The 22-year-old actress was taken into custody in Montreal, Canada July 7 after allegedly bloodying boyfriend Evan’s nose and leaving the actor with bite marks.

Emma’s representative informed Entertainment Tonight this week all charges were subsequently dropped on the matter, as their fight was “unfortunate incident and misunderstanding”.

A source informs Us Weekly magazine that Emma and Evan’s relationship is fiery beyond belief and that the “inseparable” couple often engage in a war of words.

Apparently Emma gets “wound up” in arguments and the situation quickly gets “way out of control” much of the time.

"Emma is very dramatic,” a source told the publication, with a second insider adding, “They're a couple young kids. Their romance is pretty extreme. They just behave in a way that's very passionate."

Although their heated relationship turned physically abusive it is widely believed the couple will remain together.

Apparently Emma and Evan don’t believe they can live without each other.

"They will not break up," another insider said. "When they are good, they are crazy in love."

The Montreal Police Department has not released any further details about the dispute, but authorities were supposedly called to the couple’s hotel room after a loud argument was reported.

Evan and Emma reportedly began dating in the spring of 2012.

The couple co-star in this year's Scott Coffey comedy Adult World.

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