Robert Pattinson Takes Hard Line On Forgiveness
R-Pattz opens up on attitude to those who have crossed him...
If you were thinking about crossing Robert Pattinson, you might want to think again - as it seems the Twilight star is not the forgiving type.
Speaking in an interview with Australia's Sunday Style, the 27-year-old opened up about his approach to people who have wronged him.
He said: "I don't ever feel the need to forgive or expect people to be. I judge people on their actions.
"I don't really care if it's wrong or right, I give them the benefit of the doubt. If they do something I can't be bothered to deal with, I just cut them out."
Could his comments be related to cheating former girlfriend Kirsten Stewart?
He also suggested that it's worth staying on his good side, because he can be a sweetypie too.
"I'm quite sensitive, and I do like a bit of grand gesturing, but that's just my ego," he explained.
"I like to give people presents and I think of myself as the best gift giver, but only because I get stuff for myself and then make it work for the other person."
And R-Pattz was uncharacteristically forthcoming when he talked about getting nerves before events too.
"I get a ton of anxiety, right up until the second I get out of the car to the event, when suddenly it completely dissipates. But up until that moment, I'm a nut case," he confessed.
"Body dysmorphia, overall tremendous anxiety. I suppose it's because of these tremendous insecurities that I never found a way to become egotistical. I don't have a six-pack and I hate going to the gym.
"I've been like that my whole life. I never want to take my shirt off. I'd prefer to get drunk."
And if you fancy your chances with Rob now that he's single, it might help to check out some comments he made in an interview with Marie Claire regarding the type of women her goes for.
"Someone knowing who they are, it's the best. I guess because it's the opposite of what I am - I am so all over the place.
"If someone looks good in their clothes, it's because they are comfortable in their own skin. It's literally just like owning it."
But then he became self-conscious and quipped: "Oh no! That is so lame, I feel like I am on Project Runway, saying 'own that'!"