Bye, Stella! Kristen Stewart & New Girlfriend 'Will Be Living Together In No Time'

Kristen Stewart Parties With New Love Sara Dinkin After Breakup With Stella Maxwell
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Mar. 25 2019, Updated 5:58 p.m. ET

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Kristen Stewart is putting more and more distance between her and ex-girlfriend Stella Maxwell, as RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively the former Twilight star is growing deeper with new gal pal Sara Dinkin.

“Kristen was burned by Stella very badly,” a source told Radar. “She really wants nothing to do with her at this point because she knows now that Stella was using her to make a name for herself.”

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As Radar reported, Stewart and Maxwell, both 28, haven’t been an item since at least October. Insiders told Radar exclusively Maxwell became “obsessed with fame” and was taking advantage of Stewart.

“Everyone told Kristen that, but she didn’t believe them.”

Less than a week after their split, Stewart was seen rebounding nicely, packing on the PDA all over L.A. with stylist Dinkin.

The new couple even spent the holiday season with one another, further cementing their newfound love.

“She is really having a lot of fun with Sara,” the insider added. “They definitely are picking things up and spending every day and night together.

“Kristen joked to her that they will be living together in no time.”

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