Liberty Ross Benefiting From Kristen Stewart Cheating Scandal; Fans React; 'Don't Feel Sorry For Her Anymore'
It was reported that she was extremely hurt after she found out her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director husband Rupert Sanders cheated on her with "Snow White" herself, Stewart.
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Ross even was contemplating divorcing her husband, but that changed, and now she is said that if they are getting back together, he has to go by all of her rules.
Now, even though she is hurting and thinking of taking her cheating husband back, she seems happy with the results of her career finally taking off.
According to Twirlit, before marrying Sanders, Ross, 33, "was a was a successful model - far more famous and successful, in fact, than her then-unknown husband. The story goes that the beautiful model gave up her career in Britain and moved to Hollywood to support her husband's dreams of being a big-shot director."
Now, post scandal, her popularity has skyrocketed.
According to RadarOnline, a source said, ""It's definitely what Liberty intends to push on with, she has caught the acting bug."
"Although the cheating scandal caused a lot of unwanted attention in her private life, it certainly improved her profile as an actress.
"She has started to earn recognition for her performances in last year's W.E. and this year's Snow White and the Huntsman, and more movie directors have taken note of who she actually is.
"The scripts have been flooding in, and she has already received audition offers on the back of Rupert's affair.
"Liberty is delighted that she's being finally recognized, she wants to pursue a career in the movies and is desperate to make more. She would of preferred if it had happened in a different way, but press is press.
"If she could swap her modeling career for a successful acting one, Liberty would do it in a heartbeat," the source said.
Ross stepped out for the first time after the cheating scandal on Aug. 22, where she attended the red-carpet premiere of Shia LaBeouf's Prohibition-era gangster drama "Lawless" at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood.
According to E! Online, she wore a satiny emerald-green button-down shirt, skinny black pants and fierce ankle boots. She wasn't wearing a wedding band.
Sanders, 41, was recently photographed with his kids, Skyla, 7, and Tennyson, 5, flashing a smile and his wedding ring, according to E! Online.
He took his children to The Grove in Los Angeles, where he treated the kids to Jamba Juice before buying shoes and a backpack at Nordstorm, seemingly prepping the kids for their first day of school.
Some believe that any publicity is good publicity.
According to Twirlit, "If you believe the adage, 'any publicity is good publicity', everybody involved in this situation 'won'. Kristen Stewart (who is a notoriously private person) got an opportunity to step out of the public eye, Liberty and Robert Pattinson won the sympathy of thousands and will likely enjoy career boosts because of it, and Rupert Sanders has become a household name."
Is this really true? Many fans are now bashing Ross and Sanders (especially Sanders) because now they got their fame thanks to the scandal.
Some commenters on E! Online spoke fervently about this.
One commenter said, "Okay...enough of this already, I don't feel sorry for either party any more!'
Another said, "Yep I don't feel sorry for Ruprick or Liberty either because they seem to be milking the fame game out of it especially him by smiling and posing for the paps he is just another opportunist imo."
Another said, "Agreed. I am so sick of this guy trying to be the perfect family man. My god if his wife thinks he won't do it again than I think she is the one who needs help."
Fans recently bashed Sanders, saying that Stewart shouldn't be the only once receiving harsh criticism from the media. They took to Facebook and Twitter, calling Sanders "RuPERV," "stupid," and "moron."
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