Show Updates People News Spoiler News Entertainment News Reality TVDB POP Hollywood Reality TV News Wire Features & Interviews Sexy Social Pics of the Day Things to Know Profiles Message Boards Shows Listing in a Wednesday report."The whole drama went down with our cameras rolling and will play out for the audience." Pollard could not be reached for comment and a spokesperson for Weisgerber would only say he's "very happy," however a "source" told .“There’s nothing he wouldn’t do for me, there’s nothing I wouldn’t do for him. We really did try to work this thing out,” adds Tiffany.
However she made the move sans Weisgerber -- who quit his job at Calvin Klein to appear as one of Pollard's second-season suitors but stayed behind in the Big Apple during filming for .
Pollard clashed with virtually all the other contestants.
Although these feuds were, in general, nothing more than screaming matches, an incident in the penultimate episode of season one led to violence.
After her elimination, an outraged Brooke "Pumkin" Thompson spat on Pollard after the two had exchanged words.
After his relationship did not work out with Alexander, Flavor Flav chose to do a second season of his dating show and invited Pollard to help him eliminate contestants halfway through the season. I Love New York was Tiffany Pollard's first reality television series on VH1.