Kristen Stewart said Friday that US President Donald Trump was “obsessed” with her when she published a series of tweets in 2012, attacking her for having been unfaithful to Robert Pattinson.
The 26-year-old actress responded to criticism of Trump while still starring in the reality TV show “The Celebrity Apprentice.”
He wrote five tweets about the pair of actors in October and November 2012 after it was discovered that Stewart was unfaithful to Pattinson with director Rupert Sanders.
Photos of the betrayal were made public, prompting Stewart to apologize for “the pain and shame” she caused for that “momentary indiscretion.”
Trump wrote then: “Robert Pattinson should not return with Kristen Stewart”; said that she “treated him like a dog and will do it again, just wait. You can have something better. ” “100% sure” that Stewart will be unfaithful again, “Was I ever wrong?”
Trump added to the twitter with this comet!
“Boot Kristen Stewart” … “in a couple of years you’ll thank me. Be smart Robert. “
The couple continued the relationship together until May of the following year.
“At the time, he was just a reality star, he had no references,” Stewart told Variety magazine.
“But in hindsight, someone made me remember that and I said ‘Oh God, you’re right!'” Stewart told Variety magazine.
Stewart, who plays Bella in “Twilight”, comes to Sundance to present her directorial debut in the short film “Come Swim.”
She was also acclaimed for her role in “Still Alice” (2014), where she plays the daughter of Oscar nominee Julianne Moore, who personifies a woman with Alzheimer’s.
His personal life was always targeted by gossip and tabloid magazines, who closely followed her romance with Pattinson.