“I’m not going to allow anyone to change how I love, because there are many blessings,” she told ET.
“Despite where we are now, the biggest blessing is right here with me. I’ve learned a very big lesson, and I’ll take that with me.
American child actress who was noted for the role of Rudy on the top-rated TV series "The Bill Cosby Show." The oldest of four children, she currently attends Atlanta's Spelman College working on her sociology degree.
Her parents kept her down-to-earth with having her do household chores and did not allow her stardom to elevate her within the household.
They dated for more than a year and even attended a White House Black History Month event together before they abruptly broke up in late 2015.
Their breakup was so quiet and her relationship with Ed Hartwell happened so fast afterwards that when she announced she was married, many press outlets inadvertently ran photos of her and Tigger.
In a Thursday, July 28, interview with Page Six TV, the athlete explained that he demanded a paternity test because Knight Pulliam started acting out, disappearing for days at a time and “sometimes not coming home at all” after they got into a fight over their differing opinions about starting a family.
“She wanted a baby really fast, and what I was trying to explain to her was that — from my beliefs, from seeing other successful people — that when you first get married, especially since we didn’t have a long courtship, that we should actually focus on each other and not just have a baby,” he explained.
“That’s something she really did want to do.” Though Hartwell believes Knight Pulliam might have cheated on him, the actress alleged to Entertainment Tonight on July 28 that he was the one who strayed in their relationship.
As previously reported, the pair tied the knot after four months of dating at their Georgia home in a secret New Year’s Eve ceremony last December.