Oh did you guys hear? Liberty Ross is finally done with Rupert Sanders. I mean, it only took her six months or whatever, but hey! She finally filed for divorce after all that Kristen Stewart cheating!
It happened yesterday afternoon in Los Angeles, Ross asking for joint custody and spousal support. Rupert filed his counter-petition and is amiable to the joint custody, but is also requesting that he and Liberty split the legal fees. Isn’t that so, so nice of him? I mean, come on—let’s cheat on our spouses and then when they (rightfully) file for divorce, tell them that it’s going to cost them, too. Totally makes sense.
Good luck, guys.
January 26, 2013 at 12:00 pm by Sarah
That’s Liberty Ross, as in the lady who’s married to that creepy creeper, Rupert Sanders. As in the lady whose husband strayed to go down on Kristen Stewart in public. And she’s wearing her wedding ring again.
See, for a while, Liberty took the ring off, and it looked like she was going to do a fabulous “f-ck you” routine in which she taught her husband a lesson in not being such a creepy asshole by embarrassing him in delis and going on dates with exes, which, by the way, she did just last week. So yes, it looked that way, but apparently it isn’t. What other reason would she have to put that ring back on if she and Rupert weren’t working it out?
I don’t know, guys. I kind of don’t even want to talk about it anymore. Can we just banish Rupert Sanders? Who do I have to talk to about a banishment?
September 26, 2012 at 2:30 pm by Emily
Liberty Ross — the wife of director Rupert Sanders who cheated on her with Kristen Stewart — has already seen a divorce lawyer … TMZ has learned … but her goal is reconciliation.
Sources connected with the couple tell TMZ … although Liberty has lawyered up, her end game is NOT divorce. In fact, Liberty and Rupert have already been to a marriage and family therapist. Our sources say, when they were photographed together on Tuesday in Beverly Hills (above), they were coming out of an office building where they met with the psychologist.
Although Liberty is not wearing her wedding ring, we’re told her goal is figuring out why Rupert cheated and getting some sort of assurance he views what he did as a terrible mistake that he won’t repeat.
Gross. Rupert Sanders is so gross. At least I can look at Kristen Stewart sometimes and not feel sick to my stomach, but Rupert? He just seems so … gross. Keep in mind that he and Liberty have been together since she was 17 and he was 25, all right? That was 16 years ago. Oh, but sure, fella, go right ahead and go down on the girl from Twilight in broad daylight. In public. Totally. Sounds like a great plan. What a prick.
Here’s what I don’t get: how could Liberty get over this whole thing? I don’t understand how she, or anyone who’s been cheated on, especially if there are marriages and children involved, can ever just get over it. Not that I imagine she’ll dwell on this everyday for the rest of her life, but wouldn’t it come up? And wouldn’t it be just so awful? And whenever Rupert did anything, wouldn’t there be a twinge of “oh, you’re going to the supermarket? Are you sure you’re not going to bang Kristen Stewart?” I just don’t see how you could ever be able to fully trust that person again and have a good relationship after your partner had an affair. Or went down on sweaty ol’ Kristen Stewart in a car.
And their poor kids … his daughter is 7, is that old enough to be a Twihard? Because if so, it’s going to suck so, so hard when she goes back to school. God, Rupert Sanders, way to f-ck up everything.
August 9, 2012 at 4:30 am by Emily
So this picture here? It actually paints a really, really bleak … well, it tells a really bleak story. See, the word is that Rupert asked Liberty out for lunch in order to talk some things over (presumably their marriage, since he’s the one still wearing his ring, while Liberty is not), and when both parties arrived, Liberty pulled a (really great) bitch move, checked out with a male friend, and left her estranged, cheating bastard of a husband in the dust to eat his deli sandwich alone.
After Liberty left and Rupert finished his sandwich, sources say that Rupert went and did a little grocery shopping—alone. While loading his car, he accidentally pulled a paper sack full of groceries apart, and cabbage and tomatoes rolled pretty much everywhere.
Guess life just sucks from all angles when you’re a piece of shit, huh?
Image courtesy of the Daily Mail
August 8, 2012 at 6:30 am by Sarah
I was pretty pumped to see Snow White and the Huntsman, and I’m not sure if I mentioned this, but I did go see it. I really, really enjoyed it. Like, a lot. I thought it was a really fun movie, and I even thought that Kristen Stewart did sort of an ok job throughout most of the movie, which, for me, is a pretty glowing review of her acting. I remember thinking “someone needs to give that director an award for figuring out how to make Kristen Stewart watchable,” but now I realize that she probably only did such a good job (for her) because she went through filming looking forward to tasting some forbidden fruit at the end the day. And that’s sad.
But before news of Kristen and Rupert’s affair broke, there was talk of a Snow White sequel. Afterwards, most of us assumed it was never going to happen, but why would anyone miss out on such a great opportunity? The added publicity that the movie would get from the cheating scandal would be phenomenal, and that’s why, I assume, both Kristen and Rupert want to be a part of it.
Rupert’s wife, Liberty Ross, meanwhile? She says no. She says no hard:
Rupert Sanders has been told by wife Liberty Ross to forget about directing Snow White and the Huntsman 2 if he wants to win her back, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting. The British model gave the stern warning to the movie director in a desperate bid to save their marriage after revelations he had an affair with Kristen Stewart .
Sanders, 41, was originally lined up to direct the sequel after it became a box office success. However, he is yet to sign an agreement with Universal Pictures who are considering putting someone else in the director’s chair.
“Liberty let it be known in no uncertain terms that Rupert can’t direct the sequel to Snow White and the Huntsman,” a source revealed. “They are trying to work things out after he was caught having an affair, and that is one of the sticking points. She just doesn’t want him to ever work with Kristen again. Rupert is obviously disappointed because Snow White and the Huntsman was his directorial debut, and he had hoped on building on that with a follow-up after some decent reviews. But he knows his actions were inexcusable, and he’s going to have to bite the bullet and listen to his wife on this one.
“Also, when Rupert signed up for Snow White and the Huntsman, he didn’t know he was going to get a chance to direct a sequel. His contract with Universal was only for one movie. It was a verbal agreement that he was to take the reigns on the sequel, nothing was ever signed. Kristen, as the film’s lead, will get preference over Rupert and Universal will just find another director,” the source said.
Is Rupert Sanders honestly dumb enough to think that he could just go do the sequel with no problems? What, would he pinky promise Liberty and say “no cheating, swearsies”? What a jackass. And as for Kristen … I don’t even know. I never understood how she got a job in the first place, so I’m not really the best person to speculate on how the rest of her career will go.
Would you go see Snow White and the Huntsman 2?
August 2, 2012 at 2:30 pm by Emily
“I romanticized domesticity for a while, and loved having a shopping list of groceries stuck to the fridge for the first time. But moving here and starting a life all over again was a lot harder than I had anticipated. I just didn’t think it would be as isolating and daunting as it turned out to be. I would never say out loud that I am raising my children alone, but a lot of the time it has felt like that. I went from the glamour of working with Karl Lagerfeld and John Galliano to living on an isolated hilltop, with my husband gone most of the time, but that’s why everything feels so amazing now. We rode through the really hard times and we stuck it out.”
This quote was taken from a pre-cheating-scandal interview that Liberty Ross did with YOU magazine not so long ago. When I read the first half of the quote, I was like, “Huh. Trouble in paradise, makes sense that Rupert would justify stepping out on his wife,” but then I read the last part, where it inferred that she was happy and that things were “amazing,” and it makes what he and Kristen did so much worse. Seriously, like, punch-you-in-the-stomach worse.
When all of the shit hit the fan, I felt pretty bad for everyone involved, but now? The only ones I feel bad for are Robert and Liberty. Poor Rob and his undying, Twilight-like devotion to a cold-hearted bitch who allows herself to get caught up in moments that shouldn’t even be happening, and poor Liberty, who stuck it all out—at the risk of her career and well-being—for a bag of dicks who couldn’t be bothered to be a stand-up dude and do the right thing. You know, which, in this case would be “not cheat on his wife and kids with someone half his age and a quarter of his intellectual capacity.” Bastards.