The news that actress Kristen Stewart was caught cheating on her Twilight co-star Rob Pattinson was quite unreal. There’s also an Unreal Estate connection. The photos of Stewart snogging her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders put an unwelcome spotlight on the cuckquean (the female equivalent of cuckold) in the affair, Sander’s wife, the British model Liberty Ross. Happier in the glare of publicity is Ross’s father Ian Ross, aka Flipper (for his metal leg), who brought his family to Los Angeles in the ’70s when he signed on as the front man for California’s first roller disco, called Flipper’s, of course. That was a bit of a comedown from his first gig as a founder of Radio Caroline, Britain’s legendary pirate radio station. And after Flipper’s flopped, Ross slipped further down the greasy pecking order of L.A. life, leveraging his plummy accent (his wife, Liberty’s mum, was a wealthy aristocrat) into a job as butler at the Sunset Boulevard mansion of the fruit-and-nut billionaires and political and cultural contributors Lynda and Stewart Resnick, two of the main characters in Unreal Estate. Ross later wrote a revenge novel called Beverly Hills Butler starring a thinly disguised version of the Resnicks.