Kristen Stewart Hung Out With Prince to Raise $500,000 For Hurricane Sandy Relief

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Talk about a big payday! According to the  New York Times, movie powerhouse Harvey Weinstein recently revealed a story about how Kristen Stewart was paid $500,000 to spend 15 minutes with a Middle Eastern Prince. It turns out the Prince wanted to talk to Kristen and offered money to speak with her. Wow! Maybe the Prince is a Twilight fan?

This past Sunday, Mr. Weinstein was at a screening 12.12.12., a Hurricane Sandy benefit concert film, where he told the story about this unnamed Prince. Apparently, the Prince said he would give a significant amount of money to help Hurricane Sandy relief efforts if Kristen would get together with him. When Kristen heard the story she asked Mr. Weinstein, “How much?” and when she was told the amount she agreed. The Prince even paid in cash and in advanced before the meeting went down. He definitely put his money where his mouth is! The meeting took place at Madison Square Garden and after 15 minutes both Kristen and the Prince went their separate ways.

In the end, it’s not like Kristen kept the money for herself, all of it was donated to Hurricane Sandy relief. So it was a great thing to do for charity, but that’s still a HUGE amount of money for such a short time. For that much money, couldn’t he at least get a half hour?

What do you guys think of this story? Should KStew have gone to meet with the Prince? Let us know in the comments below.

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6 Responses to "Kristen Stewart Hung Out With Prince to Raise $500,000 For Hurricane Sandy Relief"

  1. Teen.com
    Sam says:

    That money should be going towards Hurricane Sandy, not her!

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