Leave it to Twihards to get down to the bottom of the mystery of the century: Did Kristen Stewart Really Cheat on Rob? And now, someone has decided to post ALL the evidence showing that the whole thing was nothing but a set up to boost the careers of those involved:
According to this video, Rupert Sanders helped stage these photos with the help of an anonymous women. Clever editing shows that the notorious photos featured in Us Weekly don’t match up to photos of the real location. There are all kinds of scale issues with Rupert Sanders and Kristen Stewart’s height — and it’s easy to get caught up in what this video’s trying to imply.
But what doesn’t make sense to me is why would they fake the photos? That seems like an incredibly immense undertaking that would bring this conspiracy to a whole new level. Not only does it mean Rupert Sanders (and his anonymous henchmen) framed Kristen Stewart, but also that they had a reason to do so.
Not to mention that Kristen Stewart apologized for these photos within 24 hours of the news breaking – and hours before the issue of Us Weekly even hit newstands. So why would she apologize for something so devastating that she hadn’t done so quickly. Wouldn’t this be the kind of issue that would cause marketing teams to come up with an elaborate PR strategy to deflect negative attention from Kristen? A strategy that would probably take an entire day (at the very least) to create.
Commenters allude to the fact that blackmail could be involved and that could be the reason she apologized so quickly.
And in case you're still not convinced, Maier also offers these interesting points on how the scandal was orchestrated to boost the careers of everyone involved:
Not only do average people now know the names Rupert Sanders and Liberty Ross, but they’ve gotten offered scripts, jobs and everything a Hollywood family could want.
Heck, Liberty Ross walked in Fashion Week for the first time in years — and just by walking she eclipsed the names of several bigger models and landed front page headlines.
And just weeks after the scandal, Pattinson embarked on a whirlwind press tour for "Cosmopolis," which did remarkably well despite tepid reviews. Meanwhile, Stewart has had to deal with her fair share of bad press, but the premiere of "On The Road" still scored tons of publicity especially since it was her first appearance since the scandal.
Maybe it's because we're over the whole Robsten thing, but the only thing we think this video proves is that when you mix together a Twihard, the music of Jet, and spending countless of hours analyzing shoddy Google Images, crazy things can happen.