They worked together on "Beverly Hills, 90210" and were best friends, but now Tiffani Thiessen has revealed that her friendship with Jennie Garth is beyond repair. "I was the one who was hurt, let's just say that. I was the one who was hurt," Thiessen explained.
Garth and Thiessen began working together on the popular series in 1994, and, according to Thiessen, Garth was one of the few girls on the cast who tried to form a relationship with her.
"Jennie and I became very good friends," Thiessen told Howard Stern.
Thiessen was actually there for the birth of Garth's first child with ex-husband Peter Facinelli. In a unique turn of events, Thiessen has worked professionally with both Facinelli on "Fastlane" and Garth. The three became quite close and developed a powerful relationship.
Yet it was a short time later that Garth and Thiessen had "a falling out and grew apart. I was the one who was hurt; let's just say that. I was the one who was hurt," Thiessen said. She refused to go into further details about what caused the two to separate.
"It's funny," Thiessen added. "Our relationship started really rough and ended the way it started. It's water under the bridge … I've moved on. I wish her well."
Thiessen did not say whether or not she was still close with Facinelli, given the very public divorce between him and Garth.
"I was very resistant," Garth told People magazine. "I didn't want it to happen. IT took me some time to come to peace with it."
Now Thiessen is at work on "White Collar," while Garth has appeared in TV movies since ending her run on the remake of "Beverly Hills, 90210" that aired on the CW. For his part, Facinelli has had roles in the "Twilight Saga" and guest appearances on "Nurse Jackie."