Kristen Stewart: Cheating on Robert Pattinson, photos suggest

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Daybreak Daily’s voyage across the pop-culture sea finds a potentially cheatin’ heart, a lawsuit, other things, and the mystery music video.

STRAYING: Or so it seems, per Us Weekly, “Robert Pattinson's biggest fear has been realized. On July 17 in L.A., the 26-year-old actor's girlfriend and Twilight costar, Kristen Stewart, 22, was caught by photographers in a series of steamy rendezvous with her Snow White and the Huntsman director, Rupert Sanders, 41 -- and the new issue of Us Weekly has the exclusive photos and details.”

MEANWHILE: Another take, per People, “"She wasn't having an affair with Rupert. It was just a fleeting moment that shouldn't have happened," says (a) source. "She never meant to hurt anyone. She's a good person who just made a bad choice."

HEY, NO FAIR!: It’s a modern argument, per the Los Angeles Times, “Several of the key cast members on the hit TV sitcom "Modern Family" have teamed up to sue 20th Century Fox Television, the studio that makes the show for ABC, claiming their contracts are illegal. Stars Sofia Vergara, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell filed suit Tuesday in California Superior Court. The move comes after unsuccessful efforts on their part to renegotiate their deals with the studio. Another star, Ed O'Neill, also is expected to join the suit.”

NAKED REVELATION: While wondering why people don’t think this is a bad idea, per TMZ, “Carly Rae Jepsen has told police ... she's the latest victim of a perverted hacker -- who stole XXX photos of the singer from her computer and tried to sell them to various media outlets. No, we're not talking about the FAKE Jepsen pics floating around the Internet ... sources tell us the photos in question are the real deal and have not seen the light of day ... and the Canadian-born singer is desperately trying to keep it that way.”

OBIT: Just the facts, per the New York Times, “Sherman Hemsley, the bantamweight comic actor who portrayed the scrappy, nouveau riche George Jefferson on the hit CBS sitcom “The Jeffersons,” died on Tuesday at his home in El Paso. He was 74.”

TORONTO: Of an international film festival, per The Hollywood Reporter, “Rian Johnson’s futuristic thriller Looper is to open the 37th Toronto International Film Festival on September 6, organizers said Tuesday. Also set for a trip up the red carpet at Roy Thomson Hall for a world premiere: Ben Affleck's Argo; Billy Bob Thornton’s Jayne Mansfield’s Car; David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook; Shola Lynch’s Free Angela & All Political Prisoners; and Love, Marilyn, from director Liz Garbus, as American films have a strong presence in front of stargazers and paparazzi in Toronto this year.”

BRUCE: This truly is a great, in-depth read about Springsteen and the demons with which he struggled, per The New Yorker, “Nearly half a century ago, when Elvis Presley was filming “Harum Scarum” and “Help!” was on the charts, a moody, father-haunted, yet uncannily charismatic Shore rat named Bruce Springsteen was building a small reputation around central Jersey as a guitar player in a band called the Castiles.”

JACKSON SAGA: Sigh, per Radar, “Randy Jackson told Reverend Al Sharpton on his MSNBC show Tuesday that his brother, Michael Jackson's 2002 will is fraudulent, but a source close to the situation tells exclusively that the will was validated more than two years ago by a court.”

COLORADO: A visit, per Entertainment Weekly, “In the wake of Friday’s shooting at a screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colo., Warner Bros. canceled the cast’s appearances at premieres abroad, but Christian Bale has quickly found himself with a ticket to a new destination: On Tuesday afternoon the actor was in Aurora visiting victims of the shooting.”

TONTO: Some Native Americans already cringing, per the AP, “The making of a new "Lone Ranger" Disney movie, and the announcement that Johnny Depp is playing sidekick Tonto, have reawakened feelings about a character that has drawn much criticism over the years as being a Hollywood creation guilty of spreading stereotypes.”

AND FINALLY: Today’s mystery music video.

--Skip Wood (Follow me on Twitter @DaybreakSkip)