EMMA Roberts was left badly bruised after her altercation with boyfriend Evan Peters.
The 'American Horror Story' actress - who is Julia Roberts' niece - was arrested and released without charge after a domestic violence incident in Montreal, Canada, last week.
Evan was left with a bloody nose and an alleged bite mark after the scuffle in their hotel room in the early hours of July 7, but it now appears Emma was also hurt.
New pictures show the 22-year-old star with black and blue bruises all over her legs and a scar on her knee.
The actress was also sporting a plaster on her left elbow during her first public appearance since the incident, according to TMZ.com.
Emma was arrested by police after multiple sources reported the hotel room fight, because her physical injuries appeared to be more minor than Evan's.
The starlet was released hours later as the 24-year-old 'Kick-Ass' actor refused to press charges.
The couple - who have been dating for a year - are still together and have resumed filming for hit TV show 'American Horror Story'.
Emma and Evan met on the set of 'Adult World' last year and have regularly been spotted indulging in public displays of affection.
A spokesperson for Emma, who was photographed crying in the 26-year-old 'American Horror Story' star's arms on Tuesday (16.07.13), told UsMagazine.com: "It was an unfortunate incident and misunderstanding. Ms. Roberts was released after questioning and the couple are working together to move past it."
A source close to the 'We're The Millers' star - who is Oscar-winner Julia Roberts' niece - said: "Emma is very dramatic. They will not break up. When they are good, they are crazy in love."
But 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."
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