By now, you’ve probably heard the story of Kristen Stewart, the young actress whose life and career took off during the 2010s.
As the most famous star in the world, Stewart had the rare ability to captivate millions with her performance in the hit TV show Girls and her groundbreaking work in films like American Hustle and The Wedding Singer.
The star of the Oscar-nominated film The Big Short and the forthcoming feature film The Martian, Stewart also appeared in movies like The Matrix Reloaded and Wonder Woman, starring in a starring role in Ridley Scott’s 2015 blockbuster, The Martian.
But Stewart’s career as a woman has not been kind to her gender.
Stewart, for instance, was forced to make a personal and public apology to the LGBT community after it was revealed that she had used a male pronoun when addressing a male co-star in The Martian as a way of expressing herself and, in turn, garnering attention from the media.
In a statement on the star’s website, Stewart said: It’s been hard to put into words how deeply I have hurt and disappointed the LGBT people who have come out to me since I was 14 years old.
I want to apologize for the hurt, hurt, and disappointment I have caused them and for any and all hurt that may have come from it.
As an actress, I am often asked what I would do if I were in your shoes.
I think it’s fair to say that I would not live as you.
Stewart was forced out of the movie industry following the backlash over the incident, and her career as an actress took a nosedive for years.
The actress and former model was eventually forced to resign from her role in The Big Secret in 2013 after the movie was deemed to be misogynistic and homophobic.
Now, the star has finally spoken out about her feelings for another actor who was in her life for years before she ever became famous: The actor and comedian Kristen Stewart.
Stewart’s feelings for the comedian were first revealed in a new interview with the Hollywood Reporter published on Monday.
“It’s not that I’m ashamed of him,” Stewart told the publication.
“But I do feel like it’s a little unfair to him, and I feel like that’s the biggest mistake in his life, which is that he was so well-known for his work.
He was known for his acting, and he was famous for his films, and people loved him.
And I feel really bad for him, because he has been so well known for being able to work in that arena.”
Stewart said she has since gotten over the initial shock of discovering the incident and has been working to make amends.
“I’m so happy I had the courage to do that, and then I’m so glad that I have the opportunity to get on with my life, because now it’s not as if I’ve done this on my own, and it’s really not fair to him,” she said.
Stewart said her decision to leave her career and go public with the experience was made in part because she was so uncomfortable talking about it.
“We just had to be open and honest,” she told the magazine.
“And that’s what I did.”