Ronnie Ortiz-Magro From Jersey Shore Dishes On His Recent Rehab Stay

Ronnie Ortiz-Magro From Jersey Shore Dishes On His Recent Rehab Stay
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According to a report from Page Six, the Jersey Shore alum, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, is working on the next step following his rehabilitation facility exit. In a preview clip of Jersey Shore Family Vacation, Ortiz-Magro gets real honest regarding his 1-month stay in rehab for alcohol abuse and depression.

The 33-year-old reality star said to his friends, Vinny Guadagnino, and Paul DelVecchio, "I did 30 days in treatment. I needed it, man, Too much s**t was going on." Ortiz-Magro has a 1-year-old daughter whom he had with Jen Harley.

Ronnie thanked his friends on the reality series for always having his back. The reality star stated that he needed to make better decisions for not only himself but also his baby and his family.

Ronnie recently said to reporters from Page Six that he needed to fix his romance with Harley, which was negatively affected by numerous domestic dispute reports among battery allegations. As a consequence of his constant fighting with Jenny, Ortiz-Magro said he had to "change himself."

According to a People Magazine report from October 2018, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Jen Harley's romance at that time was particularly turbulent. Around that time, Ronnie and Jen's daughter, Ariana, was 6-months-old, and their home life appeared to grow increasingly stressful.

In a video posted to his story which was subsequently deleted, the Jersey Shore alum accused Harley of ignoring their 12-year-old child so she could go out and party. In addition to releasing videos in which they feuded with each other, Ronnie once also shared a selfie showing off a black eye and bruised face.

Ronnie said she lied about being abused and lied to their friends so they could protect her. Later on, Harley responded to the accusation of abuse with a screenshot of a text conversation with Ronnie in which she said: "the truth about the black eye lol! Begging me back!!"

Ronnie isn't the only Jersey Shore star, however, who has made bad decisions. Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino went to prison for approximately six months due to tax evasion.


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