Kristen Stewart is reportedly writing a letter of apology to Rupert Sander's wife Liberty Ross. Is that the cowardly way to apologize? Shouldn't she be doing so in person instead?
According to a report from RadarOnline, it seems Kristen left Liberty Ross out of the public apology she issued on Wednesday, and is writing a note expressing her 'deepest regret' over her actions instead.
"Kristen didn't feel it was appropriate to issue a public apology to Liberty--once the story of her affair with Rupert broke," a source says.
How do you feel about that? It sounds a bit contrived, don't you think? It's almost as if Kristen forgot to mention Liberty Ross in her public statement and now is scrambling to save face in a situation where she has little to none left already. She was so intent on groveling to Robert Pattinson that all else was momentarily lost.
"Kristen feels she made a terribly naÃ¯ve mistake and will do anything to make amends. The fact that Liberty and Rupert have two kids has now dawned on her and she feels awful for what she did," the source says.
Did Kristen Stewart add insult to injury by not apologizing to Liberty Ross publicly? Is the note she's writing an appropriate means of apology or should she do so face to face instead?
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