Charlize Theron “Fuming” At Kristen Stewart

charlize theron angry at kristen stewart

Charlize Theron, who co-starred with Kristen Stewart in ‘Snow White and the Huntsman,’ is said to be angry with Kristen about her affair with their director, Rupert Sanders. Charlize is friends with Liberty Ross, Rupert’s wife. Since Charlize also became friends with Kristen as they filmed together, it’s left her in an awkward position.

“Charlize is absolutely fuming with Kristen for having an affair with Rupert. She is very tight with Liberty, has often socialized with the family over dinner and cannot believe Kristin has done this. When they were filming Snow White and the Huntsman, Charlize felt like an older sister to Kristin, and they were always sharing advice.

“Charlize confided to her new pal about her adoption plans. She even asked Kristin if she wanted to be her baby Jackson’s godmother – that was how close they were. But Charlize had no idea what was going on between Rupert and Kristin and now feels completely betrayed by the whole incident. It’s certainly left Charlize between a rock and a hard place, because she feels great sympathy for Liberty and the kids and yet, she has a sisterly love for Kristin.”

I can understand Charlize being angry at Kristen. But here’s my question: what about RUPERT? He, at 41, is nearly 20 years older than Kristen (she’s 22). He’s also the one who’s married. Of course Kristen shouldn’t have participated and bears some responsibility, but so does Rupert. He never should’ve allowed this to happen in the first place! They’re BOTH at fault here.

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Photos by Gtres/KM/FameFlynet

 

Comments

  1. jaya says

    Oh please! she’s just mad cuz he didn’t seduce her old a**. Charlize is no saint. Anyway, she should be mad at both of them, if that’s the case. Why is everyone so focused on Kristen? Rupert is the married one with children. His dumb self should have been a lot smarter, considering his age.

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