Kristen Stewart Feels Guilty Over Cheating On Robert Pattinson

Kristen Stewart Feels Guilty Over Cheating On Robert Pattinson

Apparently Kristen Stewart’s cheating scandal with married “Snow White And The Huntsman” director Rupert Sanders is still weighing heavily on the actress’ mind. After she cheated on Robert Pattinson, she quickly released a statement of apology and revealed that she and Rupert never had sex.

Rob has accepted her apology for her brief indiscretions, but they were said to be continuing to experience trust issues in their relationship. A source close to the couple said, “He’s never going to forget what she did, but he has forgiven her. Almost losing him was a wake-up call for Kristen. And Rob doesn’t want to be angry anymore. They want to move forward.”

The pal went on to say that “there are good days and bad days” between the pair. The friend said, “She still feels guilty.”

Currently the duo are in the middle of the promotion of the final movie in the vampire franchise. A cast source said, “They’re comfortable, almost as if no scandal had occurred.”

Another insider, “She still thinks the world hates her. It’s hard to resume a relationship after something like that.”

Do you think all of the “Twilight” fans have forgiven Kristen Stewart for betraying their main man Robert Pattinson?

4 Responses

  1. Fernande Draye November 18, 2012 / 1:54 PM

    sis elle la fait sa que il avais un probleme dans son couple car on ne tronpe personne quand il nia pas de probleme mais il luit faut du temps pour quelle oublie tout sa sa sera dure pour elle

  2. Bob Paul November 18, 2012 / 9:59 PM

    “still feels guilty”. YA RIGHT!

  3. nutty November 19, 2012 / 7:10 AM

    haha, “She still feels guilty” seriously…

  4. GUEST November 19, 2012 / 9:12 PM

    dont know what to think about this stupid immature heartless cheater.Her ego grew so big that she thought there would be no repercussions of stabbing somebodys wife behind her back and cheating on her boyfriend with a married man.

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