Celebrity Insider reported that a violent argument between “Jersey Shore” star Ronnie Magro-Ortiz and his baby’s mother, Jen Harley, took place at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas on June 7. More details are being made available now that some time has passed.
The original story was that Jen Harley and Ronnie Magro were fighting over the fact that Ron’s dog was found dead at the bottom of a pool and that the two were arguing about who was going to keep their daughter, Ariana Sky. Things escalated so badly that Harley allegedly called the cops but fled because she was the one that made things physical.
Both Ron and Jen are telling different stories.
The reality star is claiming that Jen was the aggressor and that he doesn’t know where his baby is because she won’t tell him.
E! Online reports that the 31-year-old is “beside himself” over the secrecy of the location of his daughter.
Jen, on the other hand, told People: “I did not hit him, I did not punch him. It was all recorded.”
A source is claiming that there were two dogs in the equation. One that belonged to Jen and the other belonged to Ronnie.
They went on to say that Ron found Jen’s pit bull at the bottom of the pool and got it cremated. Harley allegedly thinks that Magro drowned her dog because she claims that it could swim perfectly fine.
Either way, the saddening pet’s death is what caused the couple to argue over the past few days coming to blows during the third day of filming the second season of “Jersey Shore Family Vacation.”
This is only one of many public fights that the on-again off-again couple has had in the past few months. It all became public when Ronnie said that he couldn’t “turn a h**” into a housewife and the model, in return, called him a drug addict.
Now that the D.A is reviewing the case and is in charge of deciding whether Jen should be charged or not, it’s clear that the situation is more serious than a couple bad arguments. The exes need to reconsider their arrangements and figure out a healthy way to co-parent for the sake of the child involved.