Liberty Ross refusing to see Rupert Sanders

Liberty Ross and Rupert Sanders Rupert Sanders hasn't seen his wife since his fling with Kristen Stewart was revealed. The Snow White and the Huntsman director was captured on camera kissing his leading lady and admitted his betrayal to Liberty Ross, the mother of his two children, and the model-turned-actress has so far refused to see him. A source told People magazine: "They seemed like a perfectly happy family. This was devastating for her. She's been focused just on her kids through this. It's what she cares about the most. Now she's really feeling strong and looks forward to resuming her life." According to insiders, Liberty hasn't decided if she will forgive her philandering spouse. It was recently revealed that Liberty wants to meet with Robert Pattinson, who Kristen cheated on, in order to compare stories. An insider revealed:"Liberty is still furious with what happened and wants answers. She has not spoken to Rob yet, but wants to see him and compare stories. She is hoping they can bring some comfort to each other." This comes after it was revealed that Robert wants to talk to Liberty to get some clarity on the situation and check if Kristen's story that there was no full blown affair is true. A friend said: "He needs to know for his own peace of mind if theirs was just a fleeting moment. He hopes Liberty can help him find the answers he so desperately craves. Nothing is very clear at the moment but perhaps a meeting would lend some clarity to the situation. He needs to know the truth."

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  1. Nobody Important • August 7, 2012 @ 1:32 AM

    Kick that useless troll to the curb.

  2. Jon • August 7, 2012 @ 10:20 AM

    Your name is aptly chosen, nobody. Also, your observation is very astute – she was cheated on so she definitely needs to be “kicked to the curb as a useless troll”.

    Einstein is quoted as having said “There are only two things that I know of which are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the first.”

  3. Karen • August 7, 2012 @ 11:27 AM

    Jon I am envious of your turn of the phrase and your completely accurate description. Thank you for your comment.

  4. Nobody Important • August 8, 2012 @ 2:29 AM

    I clearly implied that Liberty should kick Rupert to the curb for cheating on her. I’m sorry my short and easy to read comment was difficult to grasp for you Jon.

    Perhaps you should spend less time quoting Einstein, and more time on reading comprehension.

  5. Jon • August 8, 2012 @ 11:26 PM

    Right, nobody. I think your comment could safely have gone either way. Judging from the timbre of your typical posts on here (calling women skanks, whores, etc) I rather seriously doubt I misinterpreted you. But hey, at least you managed to save some face with your illiterate ambiguity, right?

  6. Nobody Important • August 9, 2012 @ 1:23 AM

    I’m not one to mince words; I consider cheating men and women as manwh*res and sk*nks respectively.

    You misunderstood my original comments followed by my attempt to make further clarification, but hey… your comments used an awful lot of syllables. You might suck at life, but at least youre a god amongst your Scrabble counterparts. I guess thats worth something.

  7. Jon • August 9, 2012 @ 12:48 PM

    Very eloquent. I rest my case.

  8. Nobody Important • August 9, 2012 @ 9:17 PM

    I’d rather if you apologized for slandering my comments, but I suppose the term “I’m sorry” lacks the syllables in keeping with your high-society facade.

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