Sue V @veulent_savoir
30th July 2012 from Twitlonger
It is by far the most logical explanation of what occurred that I have seen. TWK444 also raises an interesting point. Where is the video? According to the article, “The photographer started snapping images and called his agency, FameFlyNet Pictures, to request backup. Soon, three additional shutterbugs were also trailing the couple.”
Now you are going to tell me that there were four paparazzi and none of them had a video camera? I DON’T THINK SO! But, photos allow you to only show the most incriminating poses and allow you to tell the story you want to tell, doesn’t it? Or maybe, there was a video, but they only took pictures from it that showed the split second when a facial expression could be interpreted the way they wanted the slant of their story to be interpreted.
I believe Adeline’s explanation is the closest to a logical explanation that I have seen. Kristen was blindsided by the scumbag. I don’t believe for a second that she would ever intentionally do anything that would jeopardize her relationship with Robert Pattinson. If you look at pictures of the two of them, they make the same movements, they often stand in the same position. The love in their faces is evident. They enjoy each others company and they have fun together. They are soul-mates. I honestly believe that she was a young girl, in a situation that she didn’t know how to handle. She is usually surrounded by bodyguards that protect her from situations that she can’t control. This jerk was someone she knew, probably thought she could trust, and was probably discussing the next Snow White project with. Why wouldn’t she meet with him? Kristen was in her own car. She’s been in the business long enough to know that she was probably being followed. If she were doing something that she didn’t want to take the chance of being seen, she would certainly have been more discrete. I do believe that it was probably a setup for the creep to pounce. I don’t know if he expected the paparazzi, but he probably wasn’t surprised. It worked out either way for him, didn’t it? With them he gets more publicity, without them he gets to take advantage of a young girl without his wife finding out. He makes my skin crawl!
I support Kristen! I know that this is probably going to make her more publicity shy than ever. If I could talk to her in person, I would give her a big hug and tell her, “Just know that there are people that support you and believe in you, love you and care about you. Never fear, we are here.”
Now a word to Rob… Believe in your love. Believe in your girl. Screw the paparazzi! You know you love her. You know in your heart she loves you. Find her. Argue with her if you must, yell at her if you feel the need. Then have incredible make up sex and go buy an engagement ring. You know you were going to do it. Why would you let a bunch of asshole paparazzi and a 41 year old pervert keep you from what you were planning on doing in the first place?
Oh, and it might be a good idea to be seen together in embarrassingly large amounts of PDA. Let them know they didn’t break you and maybe they will go bother someone else.
Wish I could give you both a hug and make it all go away. Alas, that isn’t possible…
One last thought…Please don’t let the stress of all this push you back into smoking. It’s not healthy for you and you don’t want to have to quit again.
No one will probably see this, but I think I feel a little better.
Sue V @veulent_savoir
4th August 2012 from Twitlonger
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22nd August 2012 from Twitlonger
If you haven’t read this, you should before you read further: http://www.twitlonger.com/show/ivhu4o
OK. One more rant and then I’ll try to step back into the woodwork where I came from–unless you piss me off again. Here’s the deal. Why is it that there are so many of you who proclaim to be Kristen supporters but you are unwilling to think that she might have been involved with a punk against the tabloids and or possibly the fact that the whole thing has been orchestrated to be part of a gigantic publicity push? You, who broadcast all over Twitter that you are such adamant supporters of Kristen are unwilling to believe she might be a party to that (not necessarily by preference), but you ARE willing to “forgive” her for being a cheat. You think she would cheat on Robert, but you think she wouldn’t pull something on her fans? Is that it? Do you really think so little of her? What kind of fan are you? You are willing to condemn this poor young lady for having an affair with a 41 year old husband and father, but she would NEVER do anything to her fans???? How arrogant is that? It chaffs me big time that people are still talking about how she made a mistake, but she has learned the error of her ways and now things are going to be OK. You disgust me. Kristen and Rob have given a mired of tiny hints to anyone who was willing to look at them. And they weren’t hints that said, “I’m sorry….I was a bad girl.” They were hints that said, “We’re still together—if you truly believe in Rob and me—you’ll see.” Rob gave hints all through his promos. Even David C. alluded to the fact that people didn’t really know what was going on. I think that @RobstenCuteness has very valid points. Everything she says makes sense IF you have the open mindedness to consider it. But there are those of you out there that sit on your high horse and think that no ones’ opinion is valid but your own…and you choose to see that Kristen was a CHEATER. That she betrayed the love of her life. But, she is sorry! GAG!!!!! I don’t know that we will ever know the full extent of the hurt that you have put on that poor girl. The fact that her “fans” thought so little of her as a person who was in a committed relationship that they were willing to believe the BS. But they are such “supportive” fans that they are willing to forgive her her sins. There is nothing to forgive…because she didn’t do anything but participate in a publicity stunt that got a little out of hand…make that a lot out of hand. I wish with all my heart that she and Rob would come forward and let people know what really happened, but in all likelihood that will not happen. As for me, I’ve supported her since day one. I NEVER believed that she would intentionally do something that would hurt Rob. If you thought that she would do something like that, then shame on you. Everyone is beginning to see that those pictures were staged—so how do YOU explain it if it wasn’t a publicity stunt? And don’t tell me she made a mistake and has realized the error of her ways because that is a load of crap!
Sue V @veulent_savoir
8th September 2012 from Twitlonger
Dear Mr. Como,
I have watched you for years and have always considered you an honest and upstanding man—truly looking for the truth when you were doing reporting. I have to say that the segment that was presented on 20/20 this evening about cheating in Hollywood was not what I consider unbiased reporting. I realize that you were not the reporter on this particular segment, but I am sure that you have some input into programming.
Mr. Watt focused the segment almost entirely on once again dragging Kristen Stewart through the mud along with Rupert Sanders. It focused on the tabloids and how “someone was going to get the picture—it might as well have been us”. There were a couple of aside mentions of some other stars, but primarily it was another attack on this poor young girl; a husband and father; and by association, her boyfriend. It was an interview with a woman and man who make their living by stalking people, photographing, videotaping people constantly and then plastering it all over the front of magazines! When I say constantly, I mean every waking moment! Celebrities are followed, harassed, badgered, insulted, and then crucified in the public eye with no recourse. If they say something in response, then it, too, is turned against them.
Your program all but condoned the practice of taking photos out of context and publishing them with no journalistic responsibility in an effort to sell magazines.
There was a video recently on YouTube of the paparazzi hounding Ms. Stewart at the airport. Among the things these “journalists” shouted at her, was a question about whether she enjoyed “sucking his dick” (in reference to Mr. Sanders). Today, if you try to find that video you get a message that says, “This video has been removed by the user.” There were so many people that sent comments on the inappropriateness of the video that they actually removed it! In an airport, in public, these people are constantly surrounding Ms. Stewart. Can you imagine having people following you everywhere you go and shouting obscenities at you constantly?
I realize that this is a current event. But to be honest, I think you would have had a much more interesting program if you had taken an unbiased look into how the paparazzi deal with stars. A much more interesting program would have been “The Camera Never Lies—or Does It?”
Case in point: There was a photograph which was published and circulated quite extensively that showed Kristen Stewart having dinner with Rupert Sanders. It was taken from a video that was shot of the two of them having dinner with Charlize Theron. The photograph was a frame from the video where Mr. Sanders leaned forward just enough to block Ms. Theron from the shot—thus implying that the dinner was only being shared by Ms. Stewart and Mr. Sanders. I have seen the video and the photograph. The camera DID LIE in that case.
I think that if you did a proper investigation, instead of a hatchet job, you would find that the pictures that have been published and seen all over the world are not what they appear to be. There are people that have done extensive investigative work—not journalists—only fans, that have far more information and a far better understanding of what likely occurred, but because they do not have a nationally syndicated program, are unable to share that information with the masses.
People believe what they read and what they see on programs such as yours. Your program did a great injustice this evening by implying that they “got what they deserved”. .
Contact me if you would like to see some real “investigative reporting”. I can assure you that the investigation that has been done is much more truthful and objective than anything you had on your program this evening.