Kristen Stewart Embarrasses Robert Pattinson With Public Apology

    July 27, 2012
    Amanda Crum
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It was the news heard ’round the world earlier this week when Kristen Stewart–of “Twilight” fame–released a public apology for her indiscretions with older, married director Rupert Sanders, effectively admitting the stories were true and causing the Hollywood rumor mill to come to a grinding, shuddering halt.

Her longtime boyfriend, Robert Pattinson, is reportedly very embarrassed that she chose to go public with the apology rather than keep it between the parties involved; the couple has maintained the belief that it’s best to keep their relationship behind closed doors, considering their rabid “Twilight” fanbase and the fact that Hollywood romances are hard to keep going once the tabloids make them a sensation. It’s understandable that Pattinson should be blindsided by the admission, and by the way it was done. In the apology, Stewart said:

“I’m deeply sorry for the hurt and embarrassment I’ve caused to those close to me and everyone this has affected. This momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most, Rob. I love him, I love him, I’m so sorry.”

A “source” close to Pattinson perhaps said it best:

“As Rob told me, ‘She only had to call two people: me and Liberty.'”

Liberty is the name of Sanders’ wife, and sadly hasn’t been focused on enough within this whole scandal. She has two children with Sanders, who directed Stewart in “Snow White And The Huntsman”. And while many of Stewart’s fans are urging Pattinson to forgive her, it’s hard to say whether or not Sanders’ wife will do the same.

  • Mims

    He should find someone who is NOT in the business if he wants privacy in his relationship. What she did is a HUGE slap in the face to the man’s wife as well as Pattinson. Move on Rob, you can do a lot better than someone who will do and say ANYTHING for publicity.

    • Naiomi

      That’s right!

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  • T

    I feel bad for all parties involved. It’s very heartbreaking. Especially the children. I think no matter what Kristen would have done, gone public or stayed quiet people would still have a problem with it. There is no hand book for how to put the pieces back together once you’ve made a horrible mistake. You do the best you can and I feel being sorry and remorseful is a good start. I can only hope for the best resolution for them all. Remember it’s not only one person at fault here, and they are human and make bad choices like the rest of us. Hopefully we can all have a little mercy and compassion, doesnt’ mean you condone it but can understand
    that they aren’t perfect, just human.

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  • Pamela

    Kristen Stewart isn’t any different from the rest of the trashy people we watch and make RICH. She probably figured by watching the rest of the stars that this was expected of her. I must say I am extremely disapointed but in no way surprised.
    To Rob, if your looking for someone honest and true your looking in the wrong place.

    • Naiomi

      Could not have said it better myself!

  • Kloe

    Rob should forgive Kristen for what she did, but I don’t think it’s a good idea to go back with her. Maybe if it was like a 20 second make-out with her and Rupert Sanders, but if you hear the details of her affair, it turns out it lasted for quite a bit more than that. I mean, the guy was married!

  • stength

    Kristen should have told Rob she needed his help. Kristen is guilty of having a ‘secret from Rob meeting’ trying to unsuccessfully handle being pursued by her director boss. I don’t call a meeting in broad daylight, in a public place, kisses from her director, wearing Rob’s hat, an affair or cheating…I call it sexual harassment. Kristen looks uncomfortable in all those ‘cheating pics,’ and totally in love in the most recent pics with Rob, And had she had more time Kristen would have told Rob she tried to handle it unsuccessfully herself, it was revving up, and she needed his help–as her heart was always with Rob. Who goes to have an affair or cheat in broad daylight, in a pubic place, wearing Rob’s hat–her heart was always with Rob. Kristen did the best with the little time she had with her public apology–as her heart was always with Rob. And, Kristen will continue to need Rob’s help with this director. Kristen may have initially been flattered, feels guilty for not telling Rob sooner, and feels naive for how this all played out. Kristen is guilty for not telling Rob then, and Rob is guilty for not going to Kristen now. Rob if you don’t wake up soon, you are going to lose the love of your life over public kissing. Make Kristen your fiancĂ© and take as much time as you need to rebuild the trust for not being told sooner. Kristen has definitely learned–and she never stopped loving you.

    • Are you BLIND!

      You are dumb or what? More like a 9 years old trying to keep this fantasies going of her favorite Twilight characters.If you seriously believe that it was sexual harassment, you are BLIND or just DUMB!!

  • n2uwthluv

    Robert should dump Kristen and never look back. Cheating isn’t romantic, it’s hurtful and once the trust has been broken it’s almost impossible to fix. He deserves someone that will have the same life standards as he does. Once the movie is out it’s time for him to move on and move up.

  • Gordon Speake

    Robert should shut this slut out of his life. When trust is betrayed, you have nothing. If he does not, he will go down this path again, with this loose girl.

  • You are you to sit in judgement of them?

    Okay, what is driving me nuts about this is that everyone thinks they know these two people. Knows them enough to make moral judgments of them. Guess what people, you do not! You only know their public face, the face they share with the media and with the big screen – not their private lives. So back off and let them sort their own lives out.

    What has happened to them has happened to a lot of us at one time or another. Only difference, it wasn’t splashed all over the media. All our family and friends knew about it, so it was on a small scale – whether it was done to us or we did it to ourselves – our “little” community knew about it and we had to face the embarrassment and deal with it. We had to make the decision to either forgive and build a stronger relationship or to break all ties and close that chapter in our lives and move on.

    Everyone one makes stupid mistakes……EVERYONE!. So back off and let them sort their lives out for themselves. Hopefully they can learn to forgive and rebuild their relationship and make it that much stronger. But if they can not, then this will be a life experience that will they will have to take with them that hopefully will not scar them and they will learn from.

    Forgiveness is not a sign of weakness and to forgive someone for cheating on you one time is not wrong. My mother once said to me, that if you really, truly love someone, you will be surprised what you will forgive them for. I have myself been in that situation where I was cheated on. I had said I would NEVER forgive someone that cheated on me. But guess what, it is true, if you truly do love someone with your entire being, you will forgive them. My husband and I celebrated our 20 year anniversary just this last May – and I never regretted forgiving him once.

    For those of you that say – Kick em to the curb, never forgive – I pity you, you have never truly love someone with your entire being.

  • abc

    Funny how she apologises for the ‘indiscretion’ rather than the deed . Sounds more like ‘I’m so sorry , next time I’ll do such stuff in secret” .

    • abc

      The whole thing sounds more like a drama cooked up for the fans anyway .

  • Rob Rossi

    So much for the saying, ” A man needs a place, a women needs a reason”.