Robert Pattinson Has NOT “Lost Trust” In FKA Twigs Because Of Kristen Stewart, Despite Report
Robert Pattinson has not “lost trust” in women, specifically fiancee FKA Twigs, after his relationship with Kirsten Stewart. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this rumor, which comes from a webloid that made up the claim, just to stir the pot. We’re told there’s “no truth” to the fabricated story.
The fiction writers at Celeb Dirty Laundry allege that Pattinson is calling off his engagement to FKA Twigs, and have managed to drag Stewart’s name into it. “It’s all Kristen Stewart’s fault,” asserts the often unreliable webloid. The blog goes on to purport, “K-Stew’s cheating antics have Rob on guard,” referring to her indiscretion with director Rupert Sanders.
According to CDL, Pattinson’s supposed relationship anxieties have intensified because he’s busy filming The Lost City of Z in Ireland, while FKA Twigs is spending time performing in Los Angeles. The webloid claims time apart is what ultimately caused the downfall of Pattinson’s relationship with Stewart, and that it’s happening again because he “can’t keep an eye” on FKA Twigs.
The mean-spirited story goes on to brand Pattinson as a “clueless and goofy guy” who may be “too scarred by K-Stew” to go through with his planned marriage to FKA Twigs. “K-Stew has ruined his trust in women in general,” writes the webloid.
The entire story, however, is speculative psychobabble that’s not rooted in any facts. First off, Stewart and Pattinson have both long moved on. Also, a Pattinson insider assures Gossip Cop that Pattinson and FKA Twigs are still very much in the process of planning a wedding. We’re told there’s simply “no truth” to CDL’s latest attempt to create drama around a non-existent love triangle between Stewart, Pattinson and Twigs.
Of course, that webloid has ZERO credibility when it comes to Pattinson. Gossip Cop has repeatedly busted the site for fabricating stories about him, including that he was dumping FKA Twigs for Stewart, and that the two Twilight stars were having a baby. Those stories were not true and the blog’s latest tall tale is similarly 100 percent false.