Kristen Stewart Now Rumored To Be Totally Ticked Off At Robert Pattinson For Neglecting Her
Kristen Stewart now rumored to be totally ticked off at Robert Pattinson for neglecting her. According to a new report from Hollywood Life and their sources, it’s rumored that there’s more wicked trouble in paradise for Twilight Saga mega couple Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. It turns out that Kristen is majorly pissed off at Robert Pattinson for neglecting to keep in contact with her as much as she’s trying to keep in contact with him while he’s in Australia, filming his new “Rover” flick. She also went as far as to tell him off,and more.
Sources for Radar Online are claiming, “With Robert out the country, a thousand miles away working in Australia, Kristen has been missing him badly. The time difference is 18-and-a-half hours between Los Angeles and Adelaide, where Robert is, so it’s proving a difficulty for them to speak to each other regularly and easily.
Robert is often starting his working day when Kristen is busy, and vice versa. And he’s not the best at sending texts, or keeping in touch in the first place. Kristen is angry with him because she thinks he’s not giving her enough attention. It’s absolutely killing her.”
After that, the source went on to reveal even worse details of this madness,claiming that Kristen actually “told him off and said she wants more messages, updates,anything, so she doesn’t feel forgotten about!” Whoa! Stay tuned. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.Did You Enjoy this Post? Subscribe to Hollywood Hills on Facebook, Twitter, & Email
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