In Simpy White Folks News: Robert Pattinson Blames Kristen Stewart’s Family Problems For The Failure Of Their Relationship

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Robert Pattinson Blames Kristen Stewart’s Family Problems For Relationship Failure

Former young Hollyweird couple and on-screen ‘Twilight’ duo Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattison are apparently still dealing with the fact that Kristen got her sideline swerve on with a married film director last summer. While the are still a non-couple at present, word on the street is that Rob has finally figured out why Kristen took her talents elsewhere and dipped out on him.

via Hollywood Life

Robert Pattinson understands why Kristen Stewart sabotaged their relationship. And even though he was very much in love with his Breaking Dawn co-star, he could not save her from her own insecurities.

“Rob is well aware of why Kristen cheated on him. He understands that it wasn’t because of a lack of love. It was more so a fear of intimacy on Kristen’s part. Everyone takes on different experiences from their upbringings,” a friend of Rob’s tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.

Kristen’s parents’ marriage ended when her mother, Jules, filed for divorce in August 2012 — one month after Kristen’s affair was exposed. Could the lack of intimacy in her parents’ marriage have affected Kristen? So much so that she would cheat on Rob? That seems to be one theory that Rob believes.

Despite Kristen’s betrayal, though, Rob has forgiven her and still loves her, according to the source.

“The toughest thing for Rob was the betrayal, and losing his best friend,” says the source.

Luckily, there is hope on the horizon.

“[Rob] will trust again. But right now, a relationship isn’t what he’s looking for,” our source says.

So basically Rob thinks Kristen dirty-dogged him because she has daddy issues. Somebody break out the violins….

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