For the first time on Jersey Shore Family Vacation, the drama was NOT about Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and now things got a little brighter for the embattled Jersey Shore Guido.
We previously reported that Ronnie Ortiz-Magro was being charged with Kidnapping a couple of weeks back, but now that has all changed. Continue on…
CelebNReality247.com has learned that Ronnie Ortiz-Magro may have been facing some serious charges after his alleged domestic violence incident with ex-GF Jen Harley.
If you recall things between Ronnie and his ex-Jen escalated to an alleged violent situation like the many times before. The problem is this time Ronnie’s young daughter Ariana Sky was there and at the center of the alleged altercation, too.
Here is what We’ve Learned about Ronnie Ortiz-Magro:
According to new reports have revealed that the Jersey Shore: Family Vacation star will no longer be facing kidnapping charges specifically, after law enforcement sources reported to the outlet that the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office has decided not to pursue that charge in court.
Police investigation into the incident has determined Ronnie’s alleged actions during the course of the altercation don’t actually meet the DA’s criteria for a kidnapping charge, so they’ll choose not to pursue the particular allegation and instead look at other events during that fateful night.
Luckily things turned the corner to Ronnie’s favor. If he been prosecuted on the kidnapping charge and found guilty, he may have faced up to EIGHT YEARS in prison.
All Ronnie NEEDS to learn is o stay away from Jen since their relationship is utterly toxic fo both of them.
They need to learn how to co-parent from a distance or until they can learn NOT to fight when around each other.
If only Ronnie could turn back the clock and told Jen no when she wanted to smash this would NOT have happened. But it did, so now he NEEDS to grow up and move on. There are plenty of sane women he can date, Jen is NOT one of them.
There is just one issue – The LAPD is apparently “strongly pushing” for Ronnie to be prosecuted on felony domestic violence charges. Based on the alleged injuries to Harley that are apparently from that night’s fateful incident, the cops want Ronnie to face up to the charges as felonies — and the max penalty there could be up to four years in prison.
There’s a chance the DA could determine Ronnie’s alleged actions didn’t cross the threshold of misdemeanor domestic violence, and he’d avoid the felony charges altogether. If that’s the call, Ronnie would be facing a MAXIMUM of one year in county jail, and it’s possible he could get a lighter sentence than that, even. Either way, that’s quite the significant drop off from the eight-year potential of a kidnapping conviction, and/or the possible four years in the slammer if Ronnie is ultimately prosecuted on felonies.
Hopefully, the DA can calm the LAPD down with their desires.