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D. B. Sweeney Gets Trashed By Twilight Fans For Calling Robert Pattinson A ‘Douche’

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By Radar Staff

Actor D. B. Sweeney has ignited a Twitter war with Twilight fans after daring to suggest that Kristen Stewart was right to cheat on boyfriend Robert Pattinson.

“Just saw Pattinson on #DailyShow trying to figure out what took k-stew so long to look around with this douche astride her. #holytwit,” the 50-year-old wrote.

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He immediately received a backlash of hate messages from Twi-hards!

The Cutting Edge star has appeared on shows including The Event, 24, and Jericho but the kicker is that Sweeney just worked with Kristen’s mom Jules Stewart on the movie K-11 which she wrote and directed.

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“Hey #twilight geniuses – try decaf! A little too worked up over a skinny vampire,” Sweeney responded.

Fans retorted with comments like “I hate you. Do not mess with Rob” and “Don’t talk s**t about the greatness which is Rob when your credentials can’t even match his.”

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Wrote another of his followers, “@actordbsweeney woah looks like someone pissed off a bunch of 13 year old girls and 45 year old single women with a cat collection!”

“Nice language twi-hards. Or should I say tards? Love the inchoate indignation,” Sweeney added after getting himself involved in the scandal which saw Kristen Stewart’s reputation left in tatters for having an affair with married director Rupert Sanders.

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