In a recent interview, Twilight hunk Robert Pattinson revealed that he takes no prisoners when it comes to forgiving people who have wronged him, saying that he focuses on a person's actions rather than their apologies.
"I don't ever feel the need to forgive or expect people to be," Pattinson said. "I judge people on their actions. I don't really care if it's wrong or right, I give them the benefit of the doubt. If they do something I can't be bothered to deal with, I just cut them out."
Pattinson, who split with co-star and longtime girlfriend Kristen Stewart in May following a cheating scandal, also told Austalia's Sunday Style magazine that he is not entirely harsh when it comes to the people in his life.
"I'm quite sensitive, and I do like a bit of grand gesturing, but that's just my ego. I like to give people presents and I think of myself as the best gift giver, but only because I get stuff for myself and then make it work for the other person," he explained.
When Pattinson isn't busy giving his family and friends the "best" gifts possible, he mentioned that he is doing major self-reflection, specifically because the Twilight franchise is over. "I'm 27 now and I can feel people looking at me differently, it's a weird year," Pattinson said. "With Twilight ending and other films I've done, like Cosmopolis, I suddenly feel like I'm being treated like an actual actor."
Pattinson confessed that regardless of his success, he still gets tremendously nervous when all eyes are on him. "I get a ton of anxiety, right up until the second I get out of the car to the event, when suddenly it completely dissipates. But up until that moment I'm a nut case," he said.
Pattinson then added: "Body dysmorphia, overall tremendous anxiety. I suppose it's because of these tremendous insecurities that I never found a way to become egotistical. I don't have a six-pack and I hate going to the gym. I've been like that my whole life. I never want to take my shirt off. I'd prefer to get drunk."