A new rumor has hit the Internet claiming that Twilight stars, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart not only had an open relationship but he knew about her affair with married producer Rupert Sanders. According to an insider, the couple had a “100 percent honesty policy.” This insider claims that both Pattinson and Stewart engaged in infidelity.
The insider, who was allegedly a friend of Pattinson’s, revealed that “when they were officially dating, they always had a policy of 100 percent honesty, which did create issues. Robert was always very frank about his flings with other women and that worked for Kristen too.”
“They had an open relationship and it’s amazing that Kristen hasn’t revealed the information when she was being painted as a ‘jezebel’. Rob had other women on the side and Kristen has had other women and men as well.”
The insider went on to state in an interview with RadarOnline that the celebrity twosome had a “bizarre approach to relationships.” Their relationship was described by the insider as more business than romance. The source goes on to say that both Robert and Kristen allegedly often claimed that once their last twilight press tour was over they probably wouldn’t see each other again.
The source added, “They were pretty upfront with each other when they got sick and tired of each other. It was the strangest relationship that keeping each other at arm’s length is working in their favor.” The two continue to see each other often indulging in “are you in town booty calls.”
“Kristen and Rob are still close and definitely in contact and they still sleep together when the opportunity comes up.”
In 2012, pictures were released showing Stewart and her Snow White and the Huntsman director, Rupert Sanders getting physical. At that time Sanders was married to model, Liberty Ross. In early 2013, Ross filed for divorce.
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