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How Steamy Is Too Steamy? Robert Pattinson Censors X-Rated Photo Shoot

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May. 15 2012, Published 10:00 a.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

Robert Pattinson is willing to sex things up on camera and get steamy for a photo shoot, but sometimes, things are just a little TOO steamy, even for the adventurous Brit!

The Twilight hunk got down and dirty for a recent photo shoot with French Premiere magazine, but drew the line when it came to naked nipple licking, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

The bizarre photo shoot was in honor of Pattinson's new movie, Cosmopolis, and lasted a whopping thirteen hours. The shoot got pretty racy, culminating in a doubled up, half naked Pattinson posing in bed with a woman — but what ended up on the cutting floor was even more X-rated!

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"Rob was asked to pose bare chested with a sexy blonde model, who happened to be topless as well," a source tells RadarOnline.com. "He did his best Blue Steel for the camera as the girl snaked all over his body, nibbling his earlobes, kissing his face and neck and pressing her bare boobs against him, but you could see he was uncomfortable with it.

“Rob was really torn -- because the girl was stunning and he's a bit of a cad -- he was definitely having a really good time being half naked with a hot blonde with her boobs out, but then he seemed to get all nervous and started worrying that it was just going too far."

Then came the straw that broke the camel's back!

"Toward the end of the shot the photographer instructed the model to lick Rob's nipples! That was the kiss of death -- Rob called cut and went in his dressing room and made a phone call. But, he did come back a few minutes later to finish off the photo session, so everyone thought it was all good."

However, the source says, a few days later the magazine got a call demanding the naked nipple licking photos be pulled from the issue.

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