Jersey Shore’s Ronnie Ortiz-Magro blasts ex to ‘stay out of my life’ after ‘ domestic violence attack’


JERSEY Shore star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro appeared to direct a scathing Instagram post at his ex on Monday following his alleged domestic violence attack.

Ortiz-Magro shared an image that read: “I forgive you but stay the f*** out of my life” – along with the caption: “Everyone say it with me!”

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Jen Harley and Ronnie Ortiz-Magro. The former couple have been known for explosive rows[/caption]


Ortiz-Magro appeared to direct this scathing message at on-off girlfriend Jen Harley[/caption]

It comes as the 33-year-old reportedly faces up to seven years in prison following an alleged violent clash at his home in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, last month.

He was Tasered by cops at around 3am on October 6 after Ortiz-Magro’s on-off partner Jen Harley was seen running down the street screaming for help.

She claimed that the former couple’s 18-month-old daughter was being held in their home by a knife-wielding Ortiz-Magro who refused to come out, Fox 11 reported.

He was also accused of threatening Harley with the blade while he held their daughter Ariana Sky.

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The Jersey Shore star could face up to seven years in prison[/caption]


Ronnie Ortiz-Magro blasted his ex to ‘stay out of my life’[/caption]

LAPD officers then stormed the rented home and used Tasers to apprehend him as he tried to fight them off, according to police arrest reports.

A cuffed Ortiz-Magro was photographed being led away from the scene shirtless on a stretcher.

He was released later that day after posting $100,000 bail and was charged with misdemeanour domestic violence.

The other charges were false imprisonment, brandishing a weapon, child endangerment, resisting arrest, and threatening to commit a crime, People reported.

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Ronnie with daughter Ariana Sky, who he was accused of falsely imprisoning[/caption]

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The reality star is charged with domestic violence[/caption]

Each count could bring a maximum sentence of one year in prison.

The reality star denies the charges and entered a not guilty plea in court on Friday.

Ortiz-Magro was due in court for a pretrial hearing on Tuesday.


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