And the plot thickens…
Sources close to Rupert Sanders‘s wife, Liberty Ross are now denying that Ross’ brother, Leopold Ross ever went to the press to discuss whether his brother in law ever had an affair with the actress, Kristen Stewart, this despite the UK publication in question, The People, standing firm on its assertion that Mr Leopold Ross had offered that his brother in law and Kristen Stewart were deep in the throngs of a relationship greater than 6 months old.
huffpo: Although The People is standing by its story, a source close to Ross and her family told People magazine that all quotes in the article are false.
“Contrary to inaccurate reports, neither Liberty Ross nor any member of her family has spoken to the media,” the source told People magazine. “Quotes that are being attributed to the Ross family have been completely fabricated.”
People also maintains that the fling between Stewart and Sanders was short-lived and began only recently.
Which posits the question why the sudden turn around and why for that matter if we are to believe The People magazine is Leopold Ross having an about change of face?
But then perhaps the following comment can elucidate the increasing preposterousness of the situation:
I think it’s funny, no one has a clue..lol…. one report says on thing the next says something different… plz, get the crap straight! I just read an arcticle that said HE moved out of their home.. so who really moved out??? No one will ever know the truth and really it’s no ones buisness…. No one is perfect, WE all make mistakes.. they will be just fine and everyone will live happily ever after… Til the next report the media gets their greedy lil hands on….
No one knows what happened, no one lived with them, maybe he treated her like crap maybe he didn’t who knows, just I think calling this girl names is totally uncalled for..REGARDLESS!!
So what do you think, did Leopold Ross say what the journal stands by or is this just an attempt to button down the hatches and guard oneself for the increasing negative public sentiment?