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Angelina Pivarnick and Dave Kovacs Over Already?

Filed under : Celebrity News

It seems like only last week we were reporting the romantic red carpet engagement of Angelina Pivarnick and Dave Kovacs during New York Fashion Week. Oh wait, it was only last week. Now it appears that the romance may be over! David Kovacs appears ready to walk away from her amid allegations she already has another lover, from Staten Island. The guy is called Ivan and he’s a firefighter, so watch this space for more news on that relationship.

Many people thought the Dave and Angelina romance was doomed from the start, but it seems that a matter of mere hours after Angelina accepted his proposal, Dave was calling her “a bad, evil person.” What is that all about?

Sources close to Kovacs are covering their guy’s ass and calling the proposal a publicity stunt set up by the “Jersey Shore” production team. He reportedly loves the program and is expecting Angelina to be brought back onto the show and he’ll then be brought on with her as they are “engaged”. We’re not holding our breaths for that, especially as, a day after her engagement to Dave, Angelina posted bare chested intimate photos of herself and Ivan on her Twitter account, and Angelina and Dave aren’t even Facebook friends.

While Angelina is pretending to be loved up with Dave in Manhattan, it appears that she’s actually shacked up with Ivan on Statten Island. What’s going on there? Is Angelina just trying to score another reality TV show of her own?

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