Emma Roberts' father says she is ''fine'' after her recent arrest following a domestic violence dispute with her boyfriend.
Emma Roberts is ''fine'' after her recent arrest.
The 22-year-old actress was arrested and released without charge after a domestic violence incident involving her boyfriend, Evan Peters, in Montreal, Canada, earlier this month but her father Eric Roberts insists she is putting the incident behind her.
He told E! News: ''She's fine. We spoke. She's good.''
Despite the violent encounter, friends of the couple say they will stay together.
A source close to the 'We're The Millers' star - who is Oscar-winner Julia Roberts' niece - recently said: ''Emma is very dramatic. They will not break up. When they are good, they are crazy in love.''
However, the insider said the couple's violent altercation on July 7 went ''way out of control'', explaining that Emma can get ''wound up''.
Another source close to the actress insisted that the couple, who began dating a year ago, are ''inseparable''.
The source said: ''They're a couple young kids. Their romance is pretty extreme. They just behave in a way that's very passionate.''
Local law enforcement sources previously said that the couple were overheard fighting in their room and someone in their hotel called the police.
Police officers immediately arrested the actress after arriving at the scene and witnessing Evan's bloody nose.
The actor also had a bite mark on his body.
Emma was released hours later as Evan declined to press charges.
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