The latest Robert Pattinson sighting reports that the Twilight heart-throb was seen on August 3 at a cowboy bar in Ojai, California. The bar is just 90 minutes away from the home he used to share with his errant lady-love Kristen Stewart. And of course, Ojai is where Rob has reportedly been hiding--er--sojourning at the ranch of his Water For Elephants co-star, Reese Witherspoon. Interestingly, he was described as "in good spirits."
While Kristen Stewart was crying her eyes out and neglecting her personal hygiene, her betrayed (former?) beau was "rocking out" at Ojai's Deer Lodge in on August 3. Reportedly, the Cosmopolis man's friends took him to the cowboy themed dance club to try to pry his thoughts away from KStew's "betrayal." And why not? The Deer Lodge is a popular local club that features "live music, dancing and lots of beer and good times." Pattinson's presence at the night spot did not go unnoticed.
"I've been told by several people that Robert Pattinson was here enjoying the music with his friends," revealed a Deer Lodge employee who preferred to remain nameless. "He seemed in good spirits. I wasn't on that night so I didn't personally see him, but several others did."
Indeed. And some of the "others" who spotted Rob were fans who immediately tweeted their RPattz sighting.
"Awesome night in Ojai. Got to hang with a rowdy bunch of Brits & one of them happened to be Edward," tweeted a female fan. "He wasn't moping and the girls were definitely just his friend. The girls were drunk and literally danced on the floor. The girls were nice. I stood next to them at the bar. He wasn't drunk. Just taking in the scene. Smoked next to him outside."
So, there you have it. Interestingly, Pattinson, who was so cruelly and dramatically "betrayed" by his significant other seems to be weathering the breakup relatively well--give or take a few weird accusations and phone threats to a producer. It's Kristen Stewart who seems to be falling apart. Typical.
Note: Why did the fan seem so shocked that the "girls...literally danced on the floor." Isn't that where dancing usually takes place? Duh.
Â© Hope Carson 2012