Since news of Kristen Stewart's affair broke in July, the star has been the subject of rampant disfavor. FOX news has branded her a "home wrecker" while countless death threats have been posted on Twitter.
The 22-year-old was snapped in a passionate embrace with her 44-year-old "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders. Many were shocked to learn that Sanders is married with two children. Stewart's "momentary indiscretion" not only tarnished her image but it also meant the end of her three year relationship with Robert Pattinson. The pair, often referred to as Robsten, was a highly sought after "it" couple with an adoring fanbase.
Now Skreened.com is selling an assortment of shirts that will allow both fans and foes to share their opinions on the cheating scandal with the world.
One shirt reads "Kristen Stewart is a Cheater" and is available in nine different colors. Another is a variant of the shirt her character Em wears in "Adventureland," in which "cheater" appears five times. Ironically, Stewart's character has an affair with a married man (Ryan Reynolds) in the 2009 film. The site is also selling "Robert Pattinson Deserves Better" and "Kristen Stewart [expletive] Sucks" T's.
The main draw of the K-Stew apparel is the "Kristen Stewart is a Trampire" shirt-a reference to Will Ferrell's dig at the actress during an appearance on Conan.
But not everyone is laughing. Some have posted their disgust with the items on Skreened.
"[T]his is just disgusting. Way to promote bullying! People really need to get a life," commented one user.
"People who are going to wear this kind of t-shirt are so miserable...shame on you! Care about people instead of laughing about them...," wrote another.
"I hope whoever thought of this bought one million shirts to sell and sells only 73," read one comment on a Huffington Post report. "How pathetic this cashing in on others pain. If I was a parent and found out my child purchased one of these trampire shirts I'd rip it up and throw it in the garbage."
Stewart sympathizers needn't fret: "Team Kristen" and "I Will Always Support Kristen Stewart" tops can also be purchased from the site.
Last week, Jodie Foster defended Stewart in an open letter on the Daily Beast. The legendary actress, who portrayed Stewart's mother in 2002's "Panic Room," scolded the media for villainizing the star.
"We've all seen the headlines at the check-out counter. 'Kristen Stewart Caught.' We've all thumbed the glossy pages here and there. 'Kris and Rob a couple?' We all catch the snaps," Foster writes, claiming that the media "seldom consider the childhoods we unknowingly destroy in the process."