Robert Pattinson thinks his rented house is ''psychotic'' because it doesn't have any furniture.
Robert Pattinson thinks his house is a bit ''psychotic.''
The 'Twilight' hunk is currently renting a property on Mulholland Drive in California, but he admits the home doesn't represent his personality in any way and he tends to stick to spending time in just one room.
Speaking to the UK's Esquire magazine, he said: ''My house doesn't reflect my personality. There's, like, no furniture! It looks a bit psychotic. [The house is] weird and a bit cabin-fevery ... but I spend most of my time in one room anyway.''
Prior to renting, the 28-year-old star owned a mansion in Griffith Park in Los Angeles, but he sold it for $6.37 million earlier this year because he couldn't deal with the constant paparazzi standing outside his gate.
He explained: ''They photographed anyone who came up to the gate, anyone who rang the bell, and they followed any car that came in and out. I used to dress up my assistant as me, and get him to drive off with like five cars following him around for hours.''
Robert was initially deliberating returning to the UK following the sale of his home, but he decided against it after realising England wasn't for him anymore.
He said: ''My friends are all having kids and stuff, it's a totally different life. And I like people who want to actually make things and do stuff. In England, it's so difficult that most people just give up.''