Kristen Stewart‘s mom, Jules Stewart, is supporting her daughter 100% in the decisions she makes in life, because nobody is perfect. She has come to Kristen’s defense after the constant online abuse she gets from people, telling her she is a horrible person for cheating on “the amazing” Robert Pattinson.
Psshhh – “amazing”… really?
But people’s crazy outbursts have only been the beginning of Stewart’s torture ever since she announced she cheated on R-Patz with Rupert Sanders. The tabloids have targeted the former Twilight star by reporting how she has still stayed in touch with her secret lover, and that she would easily dump Rob if another man that was richer than him came along.
K-Stew doesn’t look like the gold-digging type to me, and I guess that is what made Jules finally respond to all the criticism her daughter has been receiving in the last few months. She almost tries to blame the scandal on herself as she admits to having taught all of her children from a very young age that it is okay to make mistakes in life, as long as they learn from them and are able to move on from them, before continuing that failure isn’t always a bad thing to be known for.
Defending Kristen, she said:
“Well I tried to raise my kids…I didn’t raise them to be children, I raised them to be adults. That is a concept that might be lost on a lot of people. I also tried to make them understand that it’s OK to make mistakes, so don’t be afraid to have a go at doing something different. And in that vein of ‘I’m interested in this, let’s try it, let’s see what happens,’ my kids have always been the first ones on the line ready to have a go at something different. And it’s OK to fail, because that’s how you learn, when you fail.”
Dayum! Her momma understands that no one was made to be perfect in this world and we all tend to mess up in life at times, so to use Kristen’s cheating scandal against her for the rest of her life isn’t fair.
One thing we admire about Kristen is that after the story broke about her secret fling with Rupert, she didn’t try to deny it – she simply released a public statement that what had been reported was true and that she was sorry for anyone who felt betrayed by her actions. She probably got taught about ‘honesty’ by her mom, too. Sweet.