Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. That’s likely the thought Rob is mulling over after reportedly finding texts from Kristen’s ex-fling, Rupert Sanders, on her phone. According to a new report, Rob realized he can’t trust K-Stew and that’s why he moved his stuff out of her home.
Robert Pattinson certainly had an unhappy birthday. Not only did he and Kristen Stewart allegedly have a huge argument on his big day, but according to a new report, it was caused by a text exchange between K-Stew and her ex-fling Rupert Sanders.
Kristen Stewart Texts Rupert Sanders
“Rob was looking at her phone on the morning of his birthday as he wanted to take a picture of something when she was in the shower. Suddenly this message flashes up and it’s not what he wanted to see. He got straight up and left. Despite Kristen’s pleas, he told her not to come to his birthday party at a friend’s that night. He’s extremely angry and upset. No matter how many times she calls or texts, friends say he’s had enough. After everything that happened and the hurt she caused, he’s furious she’d be back in touch with him, even if she is saying it’s completely innocent,” a source tells The Sun.
HollywoodLife.com previously reported that the couple had a blowout fight on May 13, Rob’s birthday, when he ditched out on the party that she planned for him. With The Sun’s new report, it’s evident that their feud was ignited by Kristen’s torrid affair.
Robert Pattinson Moves Stuff Out Of Kristen Stewart’s House
Unfortunately, any hopes for a reconciliation may be dashed. The source continues, “It does look like this time it’s over for good. He simply can’t trust her.”
Plus, Rob was already seen moving stuff out of Kristen’s home on May 19.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? What should Rob do?
— Chris Rogers
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