Robert Pattinson rides out the storm in Reese Witherspoon's home.
I thought by now that this would have blown over but much like the rainy clouds currently presiding over a rather miserable Ireland, it's likely here to stay until... mid August at least. (Yes, I watched Evelyn Cusack deliver that depressing news on RTÉ's Six One weather last night.)
So what's new in the soap opera that is the Stewart-Sanders-Pattinson triangle? Well for those of you that STILL care, today we've learned that Kristen Stewart ended her fling with a text the minute the incriminating photos had surfaced. Also, between brief encounters with various randomers, Robert Pattinson has fled to his pal Reese Witherspoon's holiday ranch in Ojaj, California to ride out this storm. As per Digital Spy, a source claims Pattinson is "a total mess" and "questioning everything" he ever had with Stewart while she on the other hand is "inconsolable" and "dying to save the relationship".
In other relating news, Pattinson is now rumoured to be meeting with Rupert Sanders' wife - the one who forgave him at the drop of a hat - to hash things out and find out from her, what really happened. A source tells The Mirror - "He needs to know for his own peace of mind if theirs was just a fleeting moment... He hopes Liberty (Ross) can help him find the answers he so desperately craves... Nothing is very clear at the moment, but perhaps a meeting would lend some clarity to the situation. He needs to know the truth."
We hear you, Rob. It'd be nice to set the record straight so we can all move on with our lives and on to more pressing news stories like this one: Ashton Kutcher holidays with Mila Kunis? Shocker.
Story by Caroline Foran | 12:32 | Wednesday 1st August 2012 | Gossip
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