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Dakota Fanning On Kristen Stewart's Cheating Scandal: No One Has The Right To Judge Her

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Dakota Fanning finally talks about Kristen Stewart's cheating scandal and defends the actress saying no one has the right to judge her.

Even though Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are back together, the aftermath of their short break up can be seen. People are still talking about it and Dakota Fanning is the latest addition to the list of celebrities to address the issue and is all for Stewart.

"Everyone thinks they have the right to, you know, publicize the struggles and sadness and heartbreak and all of that," she told InStyle magazine.

"It's like, 'Why do you think you are the authority to judge people's experiences?'" she added.

She is not the only one to support Stewart. Many other Twilight co-stars have spoken in favor of the actress and says it's not fair to judge her for her one mistake. If Pattinson has forgiven her and moved on, no one has the right to keep the subject going, says the stars.

"I'm always proud of her," he said. But declined to comment on the scandal.

"To be honest, I've never been involved in any of those situations, so I don't know [if trust can be regained]. It would be just a guess and a shot in the dark, and I don't want to give that if I haven't even been there myself," he said.

Although she's still a teenager, Fanning is a Hollywood veteran. She's appeared in more than 30 films as a child actress and still managed to avoid meltdowns that have plagued Lindsay Lohan, Macaulay Culkin and Drew Barrymore.

"Why have I been able to stay sane in a sometimes insane world? The pure love of what I do, making movies," she said.

Fanning has appeared in "New Moon," "Eclipse" and "Breaking Dawn, Part 2″ as the Volturi vampire Jane, who has the dark power to torture people without touching them.

"I've always been drawn to material that's more kind of heavy, you know? Whether it be dark or dramatic or sometimes disturbing. And that can be hard to do when people think you're still a kid," she told the magazine.

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