Bizarre Twilight Behavior: Supernatural Stars That Got Weird

January 3, 2013 By:
Bizarre Twilight Behavior: Supernatural Stars That Got Weird

 

Twilight actor Bronson Pelletier, who plays Wolf Pack member Jared in the hit Twilight movies, was recently caught on camera pissing on the floor at LAX.

Bronson apparently got hammered before a flight back in December and couldn’t handle walking all the way to the bathroom, so he whipped out his peen and pee’d on the floor.

He was tackled to the ground by airport security and arrested for public intoxication.

Thanks to the power of iPhones and the Internet, the video of the Z-Lister’s moment of glory has surfaced online.

As bizarre as this is, it’s not the weirdest thing to happen surrounding the Twilight franchise.

1) Robert Pattinson Bites A Baby: Rob confessed last year that some fan walked onto the set of the first Twilight film seeking autographs and carrying a small child. This was before Twilight mania, so Rob didn’t realize he was supposed to pose for photos and just assumed the fans wanted their baby bitten. I dunno, Rob, you know, he’s weird, whatever. “There is a picture of me somewhere on the Internet biting this baby,” Rob confessed. 

Photo Credit: Sarah Pat

2) Taylor Lautner Catches Grapes In Mouth: I thought Taylor Lautner was the tamest and most boring Twilight cast member and then I saw a video of Taylor catching grapes in his mouth and it changed the way I approach life. It’s awesome, it’s bizarre, and it’s what you need to be watching right now.

3) Jackson Rathbone’s Ketchup Tattoo: Jackson Rathbone, who plays vampire Jasper, has a tattoo of a Heinz Tomato Ketchup bottle on his calf. His reason for the ink? “I love ketchup.”

4) Ashley Greene Says Twilight  “ruined” her. I guess Ashley Greene doesn’t understand what “I’m getting paid $1 million per film” means, because she told Marie Claire just a few months ago, “'Twilight' has ruined me. When this is all over, flying internationally is going to be very hard for me. It is just not worth it to buy a first-class ticket, because of the cost.” I’m not sure what Twilight and traveling internationally have to do with one another.