Kristen Stewart Lesbian? After Splitting from Robert Pattinson, ‘Twilight’ Actress Reportedly Dating Alicia Cargile
By Keerthi Mohan | April 29, 2014 5:05 PM EST
Kristen Stewart seems to have finally moved on from Robert Pattinson, into the arms of Alicia Cargile, fueling rumors that the “Twilight” actress has turned into a lesbian.
The latest issue of Star magazine claimed that Stewart has found love with her longtime friend Cargile, who had been a source of support when Stewart and Pattinson called it quits on their more than three-year relationship.
"Love is love to Kristen. She's really happy with Alicia," a source told the magazine about Stewart dating a woman, according to Sugarscape.
Interestingly, this is not the first time Stewart has been linked to Cargile, a Los Angeles-based visual effects producer. Back in March, Popdust reported that Stewart and Cargile were spotted kissing during a night out in Palm Springs.
The duo was dancing and polishing off a bottle of champagne and at one point “she put her arms around Kristen’s neck and Kristen put her hands on her waist,” an eyewitness told Popdust.
“After about 30 seconds, Kristen started laughing, kissed Alicia right on the lips then rested her head on Alicia’s chest and hugged her tight. It was totally hot!”
This news was followed by a Radar Online report stating that Pattinson and Stewart had an open relationship and the two often dated others while they were together. “They had an open relationship.... Rob has had other women on the side and Kristen has had other women and men as well,” an insider told the website, adding that their relationship was more business than romantic.
Meanwhile, Pattinson too seems to have moved on with good pal Katy Perry. Although they had previously denied reports they were an item, Pattinson and Perry were reportedly spotted kissing at the H&M Loves Music party on April 12.
“He planted it on her,” an insider told Life & Style magazine, according to reports. “At one point, they held hands. He was like a puppy dog around her.”
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