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Although Robert Pattinson will attend the NYC premiere of his latest film, Cosmopolis, on Aug. 13, one person will be noticeably missing: Kristen Stewart.

Radaronline.com is reporting Robert has made it clear she is not welcome — and even went as far as telling security not to let her in!

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"Despite the fact Robert and Kristen have been communicating by cell phone, she will not be at the Cosmopolis New York premiere," a source said. “Security was briefed and they were told that Kristen is not allowed anywhere near the red carpet or the afterparty."

Rob is not ready to see Kristen after she cheated on him with her Snow White and the Huntsman director, Rupert Sanders, but that's not the only reason she's been banned.

“The decision was made because Robert just doesn’t want to see her. There were fears that she could use it as a chance to talk to him in person and that sort of drama is not wanted at the premiere. There’s also the fact that if she did attend, it would distract from the film premiere itself and the movie bosses are not interested in that sort of publicity. It’s going to be Robert’s first public appearance since the scandal broke – and they really want to make it less of a media circus than it already will be,” the source said.

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Robert is humiliated that his girlfriend of three years was unfaithful and he's enduring a very public breakup, but he's still committed to promoting his projects.

Cosmopolis is a film that Robert is very proud of and looks forward to supporting,” his rep told People. “No confirmed engagements have been canceled. Any reports to the contrary are inaccurate.”

Meanwhile, it's been reported that the Twilight actor is staying out of sight in Ojai, Calf., at Reese Witherspoon's ranch. The two became good friends working together on Water for Elephants, and she was one of the first people to call and offer him support.

 

 

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