Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Robert Pattinson sells LA love nest

Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson is apparently trying to distance himself from Kristen Stewart.

The Twilight star reportedly sold his £3.9 million home in Los Feliz.

Following news of Kristen's cheating scandal with director Rupert Sanders, Robert is said to be reconsidering relocation plans he made earlier in the year.

The actor originally desired to set up house with Kristen in the UK in late 2012, but infidelity has prompted him to take action earlier than planned.

"There's too many memories there for him," a friend revealed to Star magazine.

Robert hasn't commented on his personal life in a slew of recent interviews promoting his latest film Cosmopolis, but his friend reveals that the actor is sad to give up his Los Angeles estate.

"He loves that house, but he keeps thinking of that day when she snuck away for her make out session with Rupert, leaving him in front of the telly thinking she was having a business meeting," the friend said.

The 26-year-old has already taken refuge by setting up camp at Water for Elephants co-star Reese Witherspoon's secluded Ojai ranch.

Kristen has made a public apology and reportedly reached out to Robert several times attempting to mend their relationship.

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