Prior to this, the Puerto Rican Princess was making $2,000,000 in salary for appearing on the reality TV series. Now, the network will allegedly pay her $200,000.
Joseline first joined the VH1 top rated series in season 6 alongside her former fiance Stevie J. The pair were even given a spin-off titled "Stevie J & Joseline: Go Hollywood". That apparently wasn't enough for her, leading her to quit the show.
But things weren't all bad for Joseline. An insider reveals to MTO News, "Joseline will get paid the following season, if she brings the drama - and doesn't quit on us."
Joseline previously made headlines after it was reported that she was jumped on at a G5ive nightclub in her hometown of Miami. A group of women ganged up and jumped on her all of sudden.
In an aftermath video that made its round on the internet, a barefooted Joseline was seen ranting and venting her frustrations. She only had a thong on. It's unclear if her clothes was ripped off in the scuffle.
Details of what happened were unavailable at the moment. It's not known either why the "Run Me My Money" star was attacked. Fortunately, she was not seriously injured. She hasn't publicly commented on the incident.
The 33-year-old TV personality was in town to film her new reality show "Joseline's Cabaret" for Zeus Network. She's followed by camera as she tried to help turn around a struggling strip club while also pursuing her musical career and juggling her role as a mother.
Joseline quit "Love & Hip Hop" in 2017 due to her feud with the producers. She called out the show's creator Mona Scott-Young in an angry Instagram post back then, "I'm about to tell you about this b***h Mona and how she muthaf**ker treated her cast members and all the s**t that she's done to us throughout the muthaf**king years."