Kristen Stewart Says The Heidi Montag Lesbian Rumors Are Simply Rumors

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 22 March 2013

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Kristen recently received a rescue dog from Russell Brand which she named "Onions."

MARINA DEL REY - Kristen Stewart said that she wants it known that she still cares a lot for Rob Pattinson even though he won't give her the time of the day.

K-Stew made that remark to Glamboyant Magazine writer Voodoo Dupree. She stated that last week's story about her being involved with Tamra Natisin were way out of line and there was no hint of lesbionics whatsoever.

The star of The Twilight Saga series explained that the supermarket tabloid Just Saying did a two page spread on her and Tammy and they made it seem like they were the new, modern version of Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi-DeGeneres.

Stewart was told that The LaLaLand Daily had reported that the two were seen in Seashell Sal's Sporting Stuff Shop and they were holding hands.

K-Stew made a grimacing look which is pretty much the way she normally looks anyway and simply shook her head.

She was then asked about the reports that her and Heidi Montag had been watched sitting underneath the Santa Monica Pier hand-feeding pink cotton candy to eat other.

Kristen giggled and told Miss Shiloh that she wanted blue cotton candy but they had run out of blue food coloring.

She then explained that the lesbianite rumors that appeared last week in The LaLaland Daily regarding her and Heidi are simply rumors.

To see some never before seen photos of Ellen and Portia's master bedroom go to www.ellenandportiasmasterbedroom.bed

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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