Ever since they ended things, Jen Harley has been posting a lot of ambiguous messages on social media that seem to indirectly drag her ex, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro. This time around, she took to her Instagram Stories to tell her followers her newest revelation.
According to her, taking ‘a break from someone’ is the one thing that will tell you if you truly do love them or if you are actually much better away from them.
Since this comes after she and Ronnie ended things following a violent altercation in October, fans could not help but assume she was talking about the man, even though she never mentioned his name in the cryptic quote.
This also comes a couple of weeks after Jen accused Ronnie of cheating on her with her close friend.
‘A break from somebody will either make you realize how much you truly miss and love them or how much peace you actually have without them,’ the now-expired story she shared yesterday read.
And that was not all as, underneath the note, she also added: ‘Nothing but Peace baby,’ making it very clear that she’s been in a good mood ever since the breakup.
While she seems to be rediscovering herself in the aftermath of the split, things are pretty bad between them since they share a child together.
Legally, speaking, Ronnie is in trouble because he was accused of child endangerment after the altercation with Jen.
Therefore, now there’s a restraining order against him which means he cannot see or even speak to their 19-month-old daughter, Ariana Sky.
However, Jen revealed in another IG Story last month that she did not file for the restraining order and that she doesn’t want to keep Ronnie away from his child.
She explained that ‘I’m working on getting it dropped so he can see her if he wants to. Everyone’s hurt in this situation. I do not understand all the bashing that’s going on, on his end. All that I ever wanted was a family for our daughter. The toxic part was sweeping it all under the rug and trying to look past all of the cheating just did not work for me. I am heartbroken by it all and just want to co-parent peacefully.’