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Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart Split: New Details Spilled

Some new details have emerged on the Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart split. Life & Style magazine is set to publish a report about the break up after an eyewitness spoke with them about Rob moving out of Kristen’s $2 million home in Los Feliz, Calif..

Apparently the move happened Sunday morning when the magazine’s source said she saw a red pickup truck  pull up front. Rob went into the house for no more than 30 minutes, the insider claimed.

“When he came out, the back of the truck was loaded with stuff,” the source said. “Suitcases, a bike, trash bags full of his things.”

“His dogs have lived with Kristen the whole time, even when she cheated –  they stayed at her house — so it is very symbolic that he has taken them now,” the source added.

The source told Life & Style that Kristen has been in a bad mood and Rob has taken about as much as much as willing to.

“Kristen has been in a terrible mood and it was obvious that things were not great with Rob,” the source said.

It was noted by the source that Kristen wasn’t present at Rob’s 27th birthday part on May 13. He invited several other friends over, but Kristen was noticeably absent. Neither of them have spent any time together lately.

Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart got back together following an epic scandal that everyone thought destroyed them. Kristen admitted to having an affair with director, Rupert Sanders, last year. Although the pair were separated for a time, when part 2 of “Breaking Dawn” began with aggressive promotions, they got back together.

Will this split be for real this time?

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