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Robert Pattinson is homeless again

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Robert Pattinson is homeless again.

The 'Rover' star doesn't have anywhere to live after his parents moved into his home in Los Angeles while he was away filming his new movie 'Life' in Toronto in March.

Speaking on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' last night (06.12.14), the British hunk explained: "I've kind of found myself a little bit more at home in LA. My parents borrowed my house, which I was borrowing off someone else and then they kicked me out of it when I came back from Toronto. So that's the end of that, so I'm now homeless again."

The 28-year-old actor, who previously claimed he slept behind an archway following his split from ex-girlfriend Kristen Stewart in 2012, insists he doesn't know where his possessions are currently kept.

When asked where he stores his belongings when he doesn't have a home, Robert replied: "I'm not entirely sure. It's somewhere. I wish I knew."

However, the 'Cosmopolis' star admitted he makes up a lot of lies because he is overcome with panic during interviews.

He said: "It's [I lie due to] panic ... I have extraordinary heavy saliva. If I try and spit, I can only get it about a foot and someone informed me the other day it's because I have very heavy saliva. I thought it was because I didn't have much lip power. But I find it easier when I'm lying, I think the panic and adrenaline loosens the saliva."

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