London, Nov 2 : Peaches Geldof fell head over heels in love with Max Drummey after discovering his interest in a Satanist.
Geldof and the rocker exchanged marriage vows in Las Vegas after a four-week romance and are said to have bonded over their love for occultist Aleister Crowley.
Crowley, dubbed the Great Beast, died in 1947 but his fondness for drug abuse, spells and ritualistic sex has lived on through his followers.
According to sources, the 19-yer-old Peaches has become fascinated by Crowley - who filed his teeth into fangs and started his own religion - since picking up his book Magick Without Tears.
Peaches ditched musician Faris Rotter, 22, after discovering Chester French singer Drummey, 23, was also a student of Crowley's dark works, the sources said.
"Peaches is obsessed with Crowley's books and is completely taken by his teachings," the Daily Star quoted a source, as saying.
"Most of her mates think she's nuts for getting into it all - they just think it's too weird - but she found a kindred spirit when she met Max.
"Peaches feels he's the only one who understands her. He even has the Crowley quote 'Quo stet olympus' or 'Where the gods and angels live' tattooed below his neck."
"If Sir Bob wasn't worried about Peaches before, he will be now," the source added.