The Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson cheating scandal has essentially turned into a vicious race for Twihards to see who spots the couple out and about in LA first. So in another edition of “who saw Robsten and then tweeted about it” – a random party-goer at Soho House in Hollywood has just “spotted” the couple hanging out at the private lounge.
Kristen and Rob have always loved going to Soho house because of it’s exclusivity and members-only status, meaning no paparazzi and no commoners to ogle them. And no photos allowed, which makes them feel even more comfortable.
So when a random party-goer named Jenn Hurless tweeted that she was at Soho house over the weekend, a Twihard went out on a limb and decided to ask Jenn if she happened to see the Twilight couple there as well, and what do you know, she DID see them there.
@dimsdemerteuil yep.— Jennifer Hurless (@JennHurless) September 30, 2012
That’s all the details we know about their date night out, because Jenn followed up that tweet with:
@riuhope the rules at Soho are very strict. No cell phones. No pics. Also no disclosure. Sorry :)— Jennifer Hurless (@JennHurless) September 30, 2012
Booo! I wanna know what they ordered!!? How close were they sitting!? Was there PDA? There was definitely PDA, right!? So many unanswered questions!
Anyways, this Soho House spotting was on Saturday night, but the next night Rob and a group of male friends, without K-Stew, went out to Sayers Club in Hollywood to see The Black Keys perform.
How do we know this? Because Rob was also spotted by someone with a Twitter account, this time by a legitimate source, by L.A. Times writer Matt Donnelly.
At the Black Keys show at Sayers, Rob Pattinson just rolled in with a group of male pals— Matt Donnelly (@MattDonnelly) October 1, 2012
No KStew y'all. But I believe he's with Dominic Cooper. Will confirm, its very dark. Just chilling everyone is waiting for the set to start— Matt Donnelly (@MattDonnelly) October 1, 2012
How do we know these people aren't just making this stuff up and pretend "sighting" Rob and Kristen and tweeting about it to increase their Twitter followers? Well, we don't. But let's give them the benefit of the doubt.