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August 17, 2012  | by: Martha Adjei

Kristin Stewart and Rupert Sanders

The aftermath of an affair is really taking a toll on Kristin Stewart. Not only is her career in jeopardy, but she’s lost the respect of her former right- hand man, Robert Patterson. According to TMZ, however, Kristin does not feel that she should be taking all of the blame.

A source close to Stewart revealed that although Stewart publicly apologized for the affair, she feels that Rupert Sanders, director and former-lover, should be taking more blame since he was ” in a position of power over her” and “married with two kids.” Kristin also reveals that she does not appreciate being painted as a big cheater, while Rupert Sanders seemingly slides under the radar. Sources also say Robert Pattinson is equally distressed, not sure if he should go back to Kristin, or move on.

Poor Kristin, at first I was totally #teamrobert, but now I’m starting to feel bad for her. Yes, she made a mistake. Yes, she put her career under fire, but she’s lost a lot in the past couple of weeks. It always seems to be the females that takes the wrap for infidelity and people are quick to forget it takes two people to cheat. But on the other hand, Kristin and Rupert are two consenting adults. It’s hard to feel sorry for people who know what they are doing can hurt a lot of people. I hope Liberty and Robert are beginning to heal from this terrible ordeal.

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