Here is what I think of this security mishap:
I think the lack of adequate security on the first day of shooting was due to the poroduction company underestimating the following that Rob has. The location of the shoot was all over the fansites 3 days before the shoot (we didn't post it). 3 days is a pretty good head start for a stalker.
Rob was pretty well guarded on the New Moon set and I believe they all thought the crazy people were after Robward Cullen NOT Robert Pattinson. Well news flash: They are after Rob. Would you leave a Brad Pitt set that unguarded? No? Well the same applies for Rob now. Unfortunately people know no personal boundries when it comes to celebrities.
The overly affectionate stranglehold Robert Pattinson suffered earlier this week on the set of his new movie Remember Me may have left the actor unscathed. (Those bruises he's been sporting lately are just stage makeup, ladies. Your services won't be required for kissing it better.) Still, surely something must be done to ensure no hardcore Twihards lay a finger on Pattinson's glittery skin. Where's security? Shouldn't they have someone monitoring this dude while he sleeps, already? Edward needs an Edward.
According to E! Online, the Pattz Attack earlier this week has put Twilight producers Summit Entertainment on alert.
"There's not even close to enough security over in New York for [Rob]," a studio exec dished to E!.
"They've certainly taken note," said another source. "Security yesterday was addressed. We may hear more any minute about how it's being increased. Or we may not. We're waiting."
In the meantime, Pattinson appears to be as vulnerable as Bella Swan with a paper cut, as paparazzi and crazy fans alike storm the shoot of Remember Me on location in New York City.
According to Entertainment Weekly, hundreds of girls have been gathering in the city's Washington Square Park to watch -- and squeal their love for a fictional vampire from the mountaintops -- during filming, and have even chased the actor between locations.
"They might as well call it [the movie] Paparazzi and Tweens, 'cause there's more of us than them!" the magazine overheard one crew member exclaim.
Thanks to Yvonne for the tip :)