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Robert Pattinson Asked In April, ‘Why Do People Cheat?’

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By Radar Staff

Robert Pattinson is about to get a bitter dose of life experience, for better or for worse.

On the heels of reports his girlfriend of three years, Kristen Stewart, cheated on him with married director Rupert Sanders, we’ve unearthed an interview with the dashing Englishman in which he dished on infidelity — and how he just couldn’t get his head around it.

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Asked if he’d ever date a married woman, the Remember Me star told April’s Italian Vanity Fair, “Life is not black and white. There are married couples that never see each other. Is that marriage?

“But there’s a thing I’ve never got: That is, why do people cheat?”

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Pattinson said while he “can understand the impulse” that brings on cheating, he doesn’t get “how you can keep two relationships going at the same time for long.

“I’m not the casual-affair kind of guy,” he said. “If I choose to be with someone, it’s because I really want it. When I have a relationship, I’m 100 percent into it.”

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Of course, Rob’s relationship will now be tested with the new allegations of two-timing toward his brooding beauty.

Pattinson, 26, and the enigmatic Stewart, 22, skyrocketed to fame playing Edward and Bella in the pop culture sensation Twilight.

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 hits theaters November 16.

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