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Kristin Stewart told Elle magazine in her June interview that her life was “too f***ing perfect” that she feels “boring” and “you can learn so much from bad things.” Perhaps she was trying to admit something without saying it directly. Stewart didn’t wait for the world to deal her a bad card so she could learn; she brought her own tough lesson upon herself by allegedly cheating on her long-term boyfriend and Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson.
Sadly, it’s true. This may be the beginning of the end for the real-life counterparts of Bella and Edward, one of the most beloved couples in modern history. Stewart has been accused of having an affair with her 41-year-old Snow White and the Huntsmen director Rupert Sanders. What’s worse is that Sanders is married with two children. Oh man, Stewart, say it isn’t so. His wife is 33-year-old Vogue model Liberty Ross, and their children are 7 and 5 years old.
One photographer who caught the cheaters on film kissing (to put it lightly), said, they were aggressive and passionate with each other. "It seemed like they couldn't get enough."
One anonymous source told a gossip site, “[Stewart] made a mistake. She feels awful.” Well, duh!
Another anonymous source clarified to People, “[Stewart] wasn’t having an affair with Rupert. It was just a fleeting moment that shouldn’t have happened. She never meant to hurt anyone. She's a good person who just made a bad choice." Oh, okay, then we understand – not. Sorry to be difficult, but I firmly believe “good people” are good partly because they don’t do things like cheat on their partners.
"Kristen is absolutely devastated," the source also said. "It was a mistake and a complete lapse in judgment."
Cheating rumors are nothing new, and usually untrue…but Stewart and Sanders have both released statements admitting to the tryst and expressing remorse for it. Sanders’ wife posted some cryptic-sounding tweets before shutting down her account. Pattinson has yet to respond.
We’ll be keeping an eye on this sad situation.