Ronnie Ortiz-Magro may be going through some of the toughest times of his life, but he has the support of some very famous friends to get him through it. After the world watched his breakup with Jen Harley play out on social media, “Vanderpump Rules” star Scheana Marie and “Jersey Shore” co-star Pauly D gave their take on the situation.
The day after Ronnie Magro and Jen Harley seemingly got into a physical altercation on Instagram live, the new father appeared in Scheana Marie’s Snapchat stories. It turns out the two are just friends and she invited him over to watch the “VP” finale at her house.
“He had a rough day yesterday. He was with Mikey P and Mikey and I have been friends and I said, look if [Ronnie] needs a distraction, you guys are welcome to come over and watch the finale with me. He can watch me look like an a** on reality television instead of himself. Everyone came over and we have so much fun. We played Cards Against Humanity… We had a few good laughs,” the 32-year-old explained.
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She went on to tell E! News: “There are a lot of tumultuous reality relationships, so you never know. I mean, they have a kid together, so hopefully they could work it out. I know that’s what he wanted.”
Scheana wasn’t the only reality gem to publicly comment on the volatile fight, Pauly D spoke on behalf of the whole “Jersey Shore” cast.
The DJ revealed: “So Ronnie, out of respect for him and his family, he’s not here, so we don’t want to speak on his behalf. We are one big family, so we love and support each other in everything that we do.”
Harley has also broken her silence. She uploaded a gorgeous photo of the newborn that she shares with Ronnie, Ariana Sky. The precious baby turns one month today!
Hopefully, the two find the best way to continue to co-parent in private.