An old acquaintance from his earlier days at the Barnes Theatre Company
Patricia Brewster, Robert Pattison's alleged stalker, has been detained by the Los Angeles Police Department as she had been seen around the studio where Pattison has been involved in the making of a movie. Bail has been set at $35,000 and a temporary restraining order has been issued, to keep Brewster at least 300 feet away from the Twilight star.
"The new movie isn't certain as yet" Pattison told a reporter who had witnessed Ms. Brewster hanging around the movie lot. "It's just an idea we're working on and still wondering exactly how some scenes should be shot by filming small sections and reviewing them."
Brewster was spotted as she climbed over a fence just before Monday evenings trial taping. She was later apprehended inside the Main Studio.
Pattison was extremely lucky to have had his alleged stalker caught. Brewster stated the reason she broke into the movie set was that "Cullen" had been speaking directly to her, through her television set. It was destined for her and Cullen to be together, at all costs.
When the alleged stalker was arrested and her car searched, the Los Angeles Police Department found a loaded weapon, a hammer and a wooden stake and a shot gun.
Along with the loaded guns there was also duct tape, zip ties and a map pointing out where the studio was located in Los Angeles. There was also found in Brewster's vehicle, love letters, magazine clippings and other information on Pattison.
"People watch these movies and think they're real", Robert told a friend. "Believe me, I am no vampire. Look, no fangs!"