Robert Pattinson’s got a new mystery brunette

 
 
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Looks like Robert Pattinson really has moved on from co-star Kristen Stewart.

RadarOnline.com reports that the Twilight star stepped out with his new girlfriend — the website calls her a “mystery brunette” — at the birthday party of his pal, actress Shoshana Bush, on Saturday night. The two canoodled at the party at the Los Angeles home of Allan Loeb, the film and television producer behind Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and Rock of Ages, according to an unnamed source.

“Rob and the brunette turned up around midnight. They were cute together. At one point, he was talking to someone and she wandered over and grabbed his hand and pulled him to over to near the pool. Their hands were all over each other!” the eyewitness told RadarOnline.

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