Kristen Stewart Affair Not Sexual, Claims Friend and Producer Giovanni Agnelli

Kristen Stewart's affair was not sexual, according to one of her producer friends who has come out to defend her relationship with director Rupert Sanders. In a series of tweets on social networking site Twitter Giovanni Agnelli claimed that the media is blowing her affair out of proportion.

Agnelli, who claims Stewart is like a "sister" to him, called the media "manipulative" for their reporting on the affair.

"I'll say right now what the manipulative media isn't saying... Kristen Stewart did not have any type of sex with Rupert Sanders," he tweeted.

Stewart's relationship with "Twilight" co-star, Robert Pattinson, hit the rocks recently when celebrity magazine Us Weekly revealed it had photographic evidence that she and director Robert Sanders had been kissing all over town behind Pattinson's back. Even before photos were publicly released Stewart came out to issue an apology to Pattinson for her actions. However, that still did not stop him moving out of their shared apartment and going into hiding.

Stewart had an affair with Robert Sanders, who was the director on "Snow White and the Huntsman," which Stewart had starred in. Ironically Sanders' own wife had also been a co-star alongside Stewart in the film, playing the role of her mother.

However, despite Stewart's own actions Agnelli claimed that the media had made more of what happened than was realistic. He tweeted: "The spin that keeps growing on this story is staggering. There was NO on set affair. Stop printing LIES."

Agnelli, an Italian producer, has previously worked with Stewart on his film, "Welcome to the Riley's."

"If one of your friends in real life was hurting, and lots of people were being cruel. Wouldn't you ask them to please stop? Honestly," he wrote.

"If you've ever used the word Trampire you're a mindless pathetic piece of ****," he ranted.

Agnelli also dropped a hint that he knew where Stewart now was following a so called "twitition" by her fans to offer their support to her in her time of trouble.

"Please don't ask how or where she is, or what she thought. Just know this: She saw the twitition, and the support video tonight. Thank you," he concluded.