AceShowbiz - Words that %cRobert Pattinson% feels the pressure of becoming famous keep spreading all over the web, with the latest claim mentions the British hunk can't take it anymore living his life under the spotlight and being hounded by overly-devoted fans. An on-set source on the New York City shooting location of Robert's film "Remember Me" says, "It's crazy town. There are all these girls with a lot of hormones and a lot of time on their hands."
Some of the fans, according to the source, even leave their phone numbers on Robert's car and trailer with a note that read, "I think we're meant to be together. Call me." Of this the source reveals, "Rob's a nice guy - he doesn't want to disappoint people. He stops to say hello when he can, but he just can't do it a lot. People bring him gifts, but we can't take them - we don't know where they've come from."
"I worked on Gossip Girl with guys like %cPenn Badgley%," the on-set source speaks further. "We'd go out after work and play beer pong. Nobody would bother them. There's no way Rob can do that. He'd be mobbed."
Earlier this week, New York Daily News reported the Edward Cullen depicter in "Twilight" is very annoyed by obsessive female fans in N.Y.C. that he desires to get back to his native Britain. "Robert is dying to get back home. He's so over everything. He's overwhelmed by all the girls - they terrify him!" said a source. "He says girls grab his neck and clothing all of the time, and he's not used to that. Fans don't do that to him in London. Everyone there is a little cooler about the fame thing, which is what he's used to." However, Robert himself has not yet addressed both reports.