Emma Watson leaves Brown University for good, denies being bullied

By on Apr 24, 2011 in Entertainment, Hollywood, United States Comments

British actress Emma Watson is leaving Brown University for good, to transfer to another university, but denies reports that she was bullied.



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As noted at the Us Magazine on Saturday, April 23, Harry Potter star Emma Watson said that she will be leaving Brown University and will enroll in another university in autumn.

Meanwhile, Emma Watson’s spokeswoman Vanessa Davies denied reports that the young actress will leave the university not because she is being bullied. Instead, the course that the star chooses to finish is not available at Brown University.

Davies added that Watson has made a lot of friends in the university and “has absolutely loved her time at Brown“, as the name of the university where the actress will transfer was not revealed.

Watson, 21, was rumored to be being bullied while studying at Brown University in Rhode Island, as her classmates would respond to her with a quote from the Harry Potter movie.

According to supposed reports, Watson’s classmates shout “Three points for Gryffindor!” apparently to congratulate a student who got a correct answer.

Early last month, Emma Watson announced on her official website that she will be leaving Brown University temporarily to focus on her work on the final installment of the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, where she plays Hermione Granger.



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