Kristen Stewart may have been telling reporters that she and Robert Pattinson were "totally fine," but according to new reports, that might not be the case. Since photos of Stewart's affair with married "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders have been published, the "Twilight" actress has been photographed around town wearing T-shirts and hats belonging to Robert Pattinson. Now, her former beau is reportedly telling her to take it all off. 

"[Rob] told her he didn't want her wearing his clothes in public because they're not a couple anymore," a source close the the couple revealed to Ok! magazine. "[He] told her to throw them all away. He never wants to wear them, and he never wants her to wear them either. Rob is beyond angry with her."

Meeting on the set of "Twilight" in 2008, Stewart and Pattinson dated for more than three years, but their relationship hit a rocky patch this July when Us Weekly published photos of Kristen Stewart in an intimate embrace with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director. The photos showed the actress driving around her married lover while looking for a secluded area. Besides her infidelity, the photos also revealed Stewart wearing her boyfriend's beloved L.A. Dodgers hat.

After the photos were published and the affair was made public, Stewart and Pattinson moved out of the home they shared, but it appears that Stewart held onto some items that did not belong to her. While Pattinson has been busy making appearances for  new projects like "Cosmopolis," Stewart has been spotted around L.A. wearing numerous articles of clothing belonging to her former beau. The attire ranges from Pattinson's hats, to T-shirts, to even jewelry that he gave her.

The new report claiming Pattinson's frustration with his ex over her newfound love for his wardrobe comes days after she gave the Associated Press a little insight into her strained relationship with "Twilight" co-star. 

Asked whether she's worried about the press circuit she will be forced to do with Pattinson to promote the November theatrical release of "Twilight Breaking Dawn: Part 2," Stewart replied, "We're going to be fine. We're totally fine."