Robert Pattinson Kicks Kristen Stewart Out With U-Haul

Producer Friend Defends Stewart, Says She Didn't Sleep With Sanders

The Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart saga continues as the "Twilight" star asked his girlfriend of over three years to move out. A U-Haul truck was spotted at the Los Feliz home the two shared, which means Stewart's cheating ways got her kicked out by her ex-boyfriend.

Though neither Robert Pattinson nor Kristen Stewart was seen around the home, it is to be vacated by both parties. Pattinson has not been to the house since the reports of Stewart's infidelity, and both a U-Haul and larger truck were seen moving out Stewart's belongings, according to People magazine.

The news of Stewart's affair with Rupert Sanders- her director for movie "Snow White and the Huntsman"- broke when Us Weekly revealed pictures of the two kissing and hugging. The 22-year-old "Twilight" star issued an acknowledgement and apology almost immediately, but it may have not been enough to save her relationship.

"I'm deeply sorry for the hurt and embarrassment I've caused to those close to me and everyone this has affected," Stewart said in a statement. "This momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most, Rob. I love him, I love him, I'm so sorry."

Liberty Ross, the wife of the 41-year-old Sanders, seems to have been more lenient than Pattinson, however. The director was spotted still wearing his wedding ring, according to TMZ, which could mean he's been given a second chance.

Despite the outrage from "Twilight" fans at the reports and the ousting of Stewart from the couple's home by Pattinson, she still has her defenders. Giovanni Agnelli, who worked as a producer for Stewart's 2010 film "Welcome to the Rileys," alleged that the tryst was not sexual in any way.

"I'll say right now what the manipulative media isn't saying … Kristen Stewart did not have any type of sex with Rupert Sanders," Agnelli tweeted. After deleting that tweet, he continued, "the spin that keeps growing on this story is staggering. There was NO on set affair. Stop printing LIES."

Apparently, some of the angrier die-hard "Twilight" fans- the aptly named "Twihards"- have been calling Stewart a "trampire," which is something the producer did not approve of.

"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 posted on Twitter. "If you've ever used the word Trampire you're a mindless pathetic piece of s---."