Jaden Smith is ''head over heels'' for new girlfriend Sarah Snyder.
The 17-year-old actor-and-rapper is said to have deep feelings for his new flame that eclipse his romance with ex-girlfriend Kylie Jenner.
A source told HollywoodLife.com: ''Jaden is absolutely head over heels for Sarah. He's never felt this way about a girl, including Kylie. His feelings for Kylie couldn't hold a flame compared to how he feels for Sarah. She's wild and exciting and passionate.''
It was recently reported that Sarah, 19, was arrested for theft in June.
The New York Post's Page Six claims that she was ''arrested on June 15 and charged with one count of grand larceny in the third degree''.
Sarah allegedly took a $15,995 Hermès bag from the Route 117 Bypass Shopping Center in New York in February and the investigation is currently ''ongoing''.
A police source said she has been cooperating fully with the authorities on their investigation since her arrest in June.
A source said: ''Jaden knows all about her troubles with the law, and he doesn't care one bit. In fact, Jaden loves her more because she isn't some goody two-shoes girl. He's obsessed with her. He likes that she has an edge.''
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