Kristen Stewart Affair: Lisa Ling Slams the Actress on Twitter
The "Our America" host wrote "You f'd up, my friend," directed at the actress, while linking to a video clip of Robert Pattinson's "Daily Show" appearance.
TV journalist Lisa Ling seems to feel very strongly about Kristen Stewart's recent indiscretions, tweeting her displeasure to more than 148,000 followers.
Ling expressed her disappointment with Stewart by tweeting: "Kirsten Stewart, You f'd up, my friend” with a link to Robert Pattinson’s recent interview on The Daily Show, where he broke his silence on the scandal while indulging in a pint of Ben & Jerry's with host Jon Stewart.
"I'm going to hire a publicist," Pattinson joked.
The viewpoint is in stark contrast to Stewart's former Panic Room co-star Jodie Foster, who is more circumspect in an essay for the Daily Beast. Foster presented Stewart with the MTV Best Movie award earlier this year, and she has stood up for the actress whose career was launched after playing Foster’s daughter at age 11.
"If I were a young actor today I would quit before I started. If I had to grow up in this media culture, I don’t think I could survive it emotionally," Foster wrote. For more on her thoughts, click here.
On July 25, Stewart made a candid confession to engaging in an affair with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, after Us Weekly published a series of photos of the duo in compromising positions.
Sanders, 41, is married with two young children. Stewart, 22, was in a relationship with Pattinson at the time and apologized profusely in her statement.
But despite the age and lifestyle differences, Stewart is taking the most public heat for the indiscretion.
The Hollywood Reporter recently reported exclusively that Stewart would not appear in the possible Snow White follow-up, which may still be directed by Sanders.
But, as THR points out, "It is highly unusual for Hollywood studios to drop stars of franchises between the first and second installments. … The original plan, according to sources, was to make two films featuring the Snow White character and a third film spinning off the Huntsman."