JERSEY Shore’s Ronnie Ortiz-Magro admitted to the judge he violated his parole. But he did not go to jail because of it.
Ronnie Ortiz-magro was on probation for his recent 2019 arrest for domestic violence, which stemmed from his relationship with ex-wife Jenn Harley, the mother of his daughter Ariana, three. But in April, his fiancé Saffire Matos was in an incident. This led to him being arrested. That made him break his probation.
Ronnie went to court and could get 30 days in jail for fighting with Saffire. He went to the Van Nuys Courthouse in Los Angeles. Instead of going to jail, the reality star was told to take 26 parenting classes. The judge also put him under a three-year order that says he cannot talk to or contact Saffire. The court said that he recently did a rehab program in Florida, so the court let him not get time in jail.
Ronnie’s lawyer said that Ronnie was happy with the result and is going to focus on his family. “We are relieved that the court was satisfied with Ronnie’s completion of an in-patient and an intensive outpatient program,” he added. The failure to pay the fine may have been excused. It is vital to emphasize that no new charges were levied as a result of his arrest.
Ronnie learned his lesson. He learned that he is sober for over five months. “He has chosen to continue receiving counseling voluntarily. As we previously stated, Ronnie’s priority now is his family, and he is doing all he can to be the best father possible to them.” Another court date was set on March 17. Ronnie does not have to go since he is famous, according to CSU World Record.
Ronnie announced he is not going to be on Jersey Shore: Family Vacation in May. This is because of the arrest for domestic violence. MTV has agreed that he will stop working on the show. He talked with them, and then they agreed that he should take time for his health, which means mental health issues.
“My number one goal is to face my problems.” After the arrest, Saffire released a statement. The message said, “Ronnie and I are fine.” There is a lot of incorrect information about what happened. “I appreciate that people are concerned about me. But the things that are being said are not true.”
False accusations are not fair. People use them to get attention. Ron and I want you to stop bothering us. You don’t know what we’re going through at the end of the day.