Jersey Shore’s Ronnie Ortiz-Magro Shares Mental Health Quote After Avoiding Crime Allegations

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Ronnie Ortiz-Magro shares his views on mental health after being fired for domestic violence charges.

The 35-year-old Jersey Shore star posted an anonymous quote on Friday in an effort to destigmatize mental health concerns on his Instagram Stories.

The reality star shared the statement without comment and did not indicate whether he attributed his arrest on domestic violence charges to mental illness.

Jersey Shore star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, 35, shared a baseless mental health quote on Instagram on Friday after avoiding a charge of alleged domestic violence last month; seen in New Jersey in 2019

Ortiz-Magro’s post was shared against a plain black background with no embellishment.

“It’s okay to feel unstable,” the repetitive post begins. ‘It’s okay to break up. It’s okay to hide from the world. It’s okay to need help. It’s okay not to be okay. Your mental illness is not a personal failure. ‘

The reality star has previously admitted that he struggled with mental health issues after a period in rehab in early 2019 for depression and alcohol abuse.

“I decided to go to treatment because I wanted to be a better person, a better father to my daughter,” he said Us weekly in February 2019.

Apologies: The reality star has previously admitted struggling with mental health issues after a period in rehab in early 2019 for depression and alcohol abuse

Apologies: The reality star has previously admitted struggling with mental health issues after a period in rehab in early 2019 for depression and alcohol abuse

Ultimately, all the bad decisions I made would lead me to places I didn’t want to be. I wanted to be guided to where I am today – that is happy, healthy and the best role model for my daughter. ‘

He shares his three-year-old daughter Ariana with his ex Jen Harley, 33, who reportedly drove through the night to pick up their daughter after Ortiz-Magro was arrested on April 22.

In the earlier interview, he described his alcohol addiction as a ‘chronic illness’.

It’s a progressive disease. I’m still struggling, ”he said. ‘You stop and you start again, and it’s worse than when you stopped. You’re like, “Wow, I thought I had this under control,” but at the end of the day, it’s in full control of you. ‘

Bad Places: 'Ultimately, all the bad decisions I made would lead me to places I didn't want to be,' he told Us Weekly in 2019 after his rehab period;  seen in 2018 at GMA

Bad Places: ‘Ultimately, all the bad decisions I made would lead me to places I didn’t want to be,’ he told Us Weekly in 2019 after his rehab period; seen in 2018 at GMA

Earlier this month, police sources said TMZ that the Los Angeles district attorney’s office did not have enough evidence to charge the Jersey Shore personality with a felony for the April 22 incident involving his girlfriend Saffire Matos, 30.

The case involving the Bronx-born reality star will be forwarded to the Los Angeles City law firm, which can only charge him with a felony, sources told the site.

“If this reporting is true, as we have said from the outset, initial reports and unassessed allegations are often and, in Ronnie’s case, false,” Magro’s attorney Scott Leemon told TMZ. ‘We are pleased that the Public Prosecution has taken this decision not to press charges. We await a decision from the district attorney’s office. ‘

To be clear, Ortiz-Magro escaped a felony charge related to his latest domestic violence arrest in Los Angeles involving his girlfriend Saffire Matos, 30, last month.

To be clear, Ortiz-Magro escaped a felony charge related to his latest domestic violence arrest in Los Angeles involving his girlfriend Saffire Matos, 30, last month.

The latest case could affect Ortiz-Magro’s ongoing probation in a separate domestic violence case involving him on October 4, 2019 involving his ex-girlfriend Jen Harley, 32, with whom he has daughter Ariana Sky, three. shares.

In that case, the MTV personality entered into a plea deal and filed a guilty plea for seven crimes in the incident, including a domestic battery and resisting arrest.

In the incident last month, Saffire contacted authorities and said Ortiz-Magro got physical with her after an argument, the outlet said.

Details: In the incident in April, Saffire contacted authorities and said he got physical with her after an argument

Details: In the incident in April, Saffire contacted authorities and said he got physical with her after an argument

Consequences: The latest case could affect Ortiz-Magro's ongoing probation in a separate domestic violence case involving him on October 4, 2019 involving his ex-girlfriend Jen Harley.

Consequences: The latest case could affect Ortiz-Magro’s ongoing probation in a separate domestic violence case involving him on October 4, 2019 involving his ex-girlfriend Jen Harley.

Police, referring to injuries on Matos, took Ortiz-Magro into custody on suspicion of domestic violence.

Matos later took to Instagram Stories with a statement clarifying her views on the incident and apparent solidarity with Ortiz-Magro.

“Ronnie and I are doing well, there is a lot of misleading information floating around,” she said. “Anyone who reached out with concern I appreciate it with all my heart, but anything out there is not facts.

Matos later took to Instagram Stories with a statement clarifying her views on the incident and apparent solidarity with Ortiz-Magro.

Matos later took to Instagram Stories with a statement clarifying her views on the incident and apparent solidarity with Ortiz-Magro.

In his statement, Ortiz-Magro thanked his 'true friends' for assisting in the difficult times

In his statement, Ortiz-Magro thanked his ‘true friends’ for assisting in the difficult times

‘I don’t think it’s fair that people use false accusations to get attention. Please leave Ron and I alone. You don’t know what someone is going through at the end of the day. Don’t believe everything you hear or read online. ‘

In his statement, Ortiz-Magro thanked his ‘true friends’ for assisting in the difficult times.

Thank you for being alone the last few [weeks],’ he said. ‘I take all experiences as lessons. You learn who really cares about you when [you’re] down and out and [then] you don’t see who! But I think they call it the weed process. Thanks to my true friends who did not leave my side and betray me! ‘

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