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Robert Pattinson Confides In Strangers About Kristen Stewart Cheating



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Robert Pattinson is confiding in strangers in the wake of girlfriend Kristen Stewart’s admission of “a momentary indiscretion” with married director Rupert Sanders.

Devastated Rob appears to have moved out of the LA home he shared with Kristen Stewart. He has reportedly been drinking with fellow guests at the hotel where he is temporarily staying.

He says he has ”nobody to talk to” about his relationship problems and has

Robert Pattinson has ”nobody to talk to” about his relationship problems.

Now The Sun newspaper is reporting:

”Robert has resorted to asking strangers out to keep him company. ‘He went out for drinks with a woman staying in his hotel and he told her it was ‘ridiculous’ he had nobody to talk to.”

Rob (26) has been spending a lot of time alone, presumably not wanting to confide in the mutual friends he and Kristen must have.

In an apparent bid to forget his relationship woes he has been spending his free hours playing computer games.

The British newspaper is also reporting that both Rob and Kristen have moved out of their shared LA home. They fear that signals the end of the relationship.

One friend is quoted as telling the newspaper,

“’I'm not sure they’ll be able to recover from this. [Robert] is heartbroken and angry.” But at the same time, they said, “Kristen really loves Rob more than anything. He’s all that matters to her right now.”

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