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Robert Pattinson sells Los Angeles love nest he shared with Kristen Stewart

Robert Pattinson has decided to sell his $6.3 million Los Angeles home he shared with ex-girlfriend, Kristen Stewart.
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Robert Pattinson has reportedly agreed to meet with his ex-girlfriend, Kristen Stewart. (Vittorio Zunino Celotto/AFP/Getty Images)

A reconciliation between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart seems even more unlikely with reports the "Cosmopolis" star plans to sell the luxury home they shared. 

According to reports the 26-year-old told friends the Los Angeles mansion he bought a year ago holds "too many memories".

US Weekly reports Pattinson and Stewart, 22, both moved out of the $6.3 million home in July after news broke that the "Twilight" star had cheated with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders, 41.

Pattinson even joked about being homeless during an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last week, The Huffington Post wrote.

"I rented this archway and I just live behind it. In one of those trash cans," R Patz said.

A source tells Us Weekly that while Pattinson continues his publicity tour, Stewart has been "close to a total meltdown" and "isn't sleeping" at all, instead staying "up all night crying."

The same source said that Pattinson is beginning to feel pity for his ex as she faces the wrath of the public and the media.

"For the first couple of weeks he was wallowing in his own grief, but being forced to face people during this promo, and seeing how angry everyone is with Kristen, made him feel sad for her," a source told LOOK magazine.

The magazine claims that Pattinson has even agreed to meet with Stewart face-to-face to talk about their issues.

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