“Ronnie and I are fantastic,” the eyelash technician wrote by way of her Instagram Tales on Monday, April 26. “There may be loads of deceptive data floating round on the market. With anyone who reached out with concern I admire it with all my coronary heart, however all the things that’s being portrayed on the market should not details. I don’t suppose it’s honest that persons are utilizing false accusations to realize consideration.”
Matos concluded by asking for privateness and thanking her followers for reaching out. “Please go away Ron and I alone,” she wrote. “You don’t know what somebody goes by means of on the finish of the day. Don’t imagine all the things you hear or learn on-line. I’d admire privateness please. Thanks for all of your help.”
The Jersey Shore star, 35, was arrested for domestic violence in Los Angeles on Thursday, April 22, and later posted $100,000 bond. An insider confirmed to Us Weekly that the incident didn’t contain his ex-girlfriend Jen Harley, with whom he shares daughter Ariana, 3, who was in Ortiz-Magro’s care when the alleged altercation occurred.
“We’ve got simply discovered of the brand new allegations towards Ronnie and want some extra time to additional examine,” Ortiz-Magro’s legal professionals, Scott E. Leemon and Leonard Levine, informed Us on the time. “As such, we won’t be making another statements at the moment.”
Ortiz-Magro was beforehand arrested in October 2019 and charged with seven misdemeanors, together with home violence, youngster endangerment, brandishing a weapon, legal threats, false imprisonment and two counts of resisting arrest.
He pleaded not responsible to all costs the next month and was placed on probation for 36 months as a part of his plea deal. He was additionally ordered to pay $20,000 to a ladies’s shelter and to finish a 52-week home violence course.
The truth TV character spoke out for the first time since his newest arrest on Monday, writing a message on his Instagram Tales about understanding who to belief. “I’m grateful for all of my actual mates,” he stated. “Being on my own the previous few weeks — I take all experiences as classes. You be taught who actually cares about you when your [sic] down and out and than [sic] you see who doesn’t! However I suppose they name it the weeding course of.”
Final yr, Ortiz-Magro spoke to Us about how “particular” Matos was to him, including that the pair met in February 2020 and began courting a number of months later.
“She helps me,” the New York native continued. “She loves me, you understand, and that’s one thing that I’ve at all times seemed for. And I really feel like that’s [some]factor that I’ve not gotten in return and it’s [some]factor that I’ve at all times given to different folks.”
He additionally claimed he’d been by means of “so much” in 2020 however felt his relationship with Matos had actually helped enhance his life. “I’d positively say I’m within the happiest place I’ve been in a very long time,” he stated. “, I really feel like previously I’ve at all times stated, ‘I’m glad and I’m in place.’ I really feel like I lastly actually have discovered my happiness.”
Should you or somebody you understand are experiencing home violence, please name the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 for confidential help.