has finally responded to Kristen Stewart's public apology, terming it completely “unacceptable.”
It seems that Kristen Stewart's public apology has gone down the drain, as Robert Pattinson is definitely not moved by it. In fact, it seems that the public apology has actually backfired, as now Pattinson is completely infuriated about it.
According to some sources, Pattinson hates the fact that with this public apology, his and Stewart's affair has gone very public.
Kristen Stewart cheated on Robert Pattinson in July as she had a steamy make-out session with the “Snow White and the Huntsmen” director, 42-year-old Rupert Sanders. The pictures, caught on camera by one of the paparazzi, showed Stewart kissing the director. Sanders is married to former model Liberty Ross and has two young children. The pictures showing the couple making out were published by the widely-read magazine Us Weekly and since then, many people have condemned Stewart for cheating on Pattinson.
After the cheating scandal got exposed, Stewart issued a public apology, saying sorry to the love of her life, Robert Pattinson.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have always been a very private couple. According to sources, both of them were waiting for the right moment before actually openly admitting their affair in public. However, after Stewart's public apology, nothing remained private anymore.
According to a source close to Robert Pattinson, the “Water for Elephants” star is totally “horrified” by the public apology. The source said, "[Rob] was horrified that she issued a public apology to him. It was even more surprising because the two of them had this very specific personal agreement about not 'going public' with their relationship, until they both agreed it was the right time. To do it this way — apologizing for cheating on him — ended up being totally unacceptable," according to a report on yahoo.com.
Robert Pattinson even cancelled his first public appearance after the cheating scandal and it is not clear when the reclusive star will actually come out and confront this issue.