Daaayum: ‘Twilight’ Execs Threaten To Axe Kristen Stewart From Promo Tours If She Doesn’t Get It Together!

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Kristen Stewart To Possibly Be Replaced On ‘Breaking Dawn’ Promo Tours

Hollyweirder Kristen Stewart continues to catch all of the backlash for her involvement in a recent affair with married film director Rupert Sanders.

Her side-swerving has already cost her a movie role, her reputation, her boo-thang, and now possibly even her spot on the promo tour for the final installment of the multi-million dollar twilight film franchise.

Kristen Stewart has just received another slap in the face as the virtually stoning for her affair is continuing today, according to new reports Friday. This time the punishment is coming via “Twilight” executives who will replace Kristen on the “Breaking Dawn” Part 2 promotional tour with Ashley Greene if she is still estranged from Robert Pattinson at the time the tour starts.

While it is not known how Kristen is taking this news, she must be beside herself as the punishment for this indiscretion just keeps coming at her. This is the last time the group will be together on a promotional tour because this movie is the final installment of the “Twilight” saga. Is this really fitting treatment for Kristen?

Rupert Sanders has not seen any type of fallout for his part in this affair in comparison to what Kristen has had to endure. Why should this private affair bleed over into her career? It certainly hasn’t for Sanders.

This chick just keeps on catching it!

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