Fans try to contact Kristen Stewart through ‘normal’ friends

NEW YORK - MAY 03: Actress Kristen Stewart attends the Costume Institute Gala Benefit to celebrate the opening of the 'American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity' exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 3, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)Twilight actress Kristen Stewart is sick of people pretending to be her on social networks.

Kristen shuns sites like Facebook and Twitter to protect her privacy.

“It’s just too connected – they can just basically reach out and touch you,” she told Total Film.

“I feel about the most interesting thing about me is that I do these movies. More than that, it’s just complete narcissism. You start giving stuff away, then they’re not going to stop asking. There’s not a satisfied point that you can ever reach, so why start.”

Well now it’s not only bothering Kristen, her friends and family are being dragged into it.

‘My friends all have Facebook pages and stuff because they are normal people,’ she says.

‘But they are constantly being plagued because they somehow find out I’m friends with them and then the impostors try to go on and message my brother pretending they are me,’ adds the 20-year-old to Scotland’s Daily Record.

‘My brother and my friends always complain to me about it.’