Rupert Sanders' Brother-In-Law Claims Kristen Stewart Affair 'Went On For Months'

EntertainmentWise29 July 2012
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And so the Kristen Stewart/Robert Pattinson/Rupert Sanders love triangle war rages on. NOW, the director's brother-in-law has sensationally claimed that Rupert's affair with Kristen went on for MONTHS!

Whilst Kristen claimed in her emotional public statement that pictures of her kissing the married director simply captured a "momentary indiscretion", some members of Sanders' extended family aren't so sure. 

The brother of Rupert's wife Liberty Ross has spoken out on the scandal, claiming that it was much more than a few stolen kisses in a parking lot. Speaking to The People, Leopald reveals that he thinks the romance began on the set of 'Snow White And The Huntsman'. According to the fantastically named Leopold, the film's director and star apparently begun their fling during filming last year and carried on until 2012:

"It was from the last half of filming and all through post-production, clear into last week."

Leopold also spoke about how his sister Liberty had sacrificed a lot for her philandering hubby, uprooting their young family to Hollywood to give his film career a chance:

"She made some sacrifices for something she thought was worth it, now she knows, right? Five minutes from her home. Doubt it was worth it but it’s life."

"It might actually make things better in the long run. She wasn’t that happy for a while, but our family is close, she’ll be all right."

Meanwhile, itt's been claimed today that Liberty has forgiven her husband over what she's apparently dubbed a "silly flirtation".

You might want to get some deets off your brother Lib, he seems convinced it was much more than a flirt...

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