New Jen Harley Arrest Details — How Bad Are Ronnie Ortiz-Magro’s Injuries? Where Is Baby Ariana Now??

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Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Jen Harley‘s relationship has been volatile for months — but it crossed a line Sunday.

In case you hadn’t heard, Jen was arrested for domestic battery after allegedly dragging baby Ariana‘s daddy with her car.

How did this happen??

Related: This Isn’t Ronnie And Jen’s First Physical Altercation

What happened in Vegas is not staying in Vegas, because a source close to the couple claims to have the dirt on exactly how a drive home from a barbecue turned into a felony.

It started with yet another fight between the couple; the insider spilled to Us Weekly:

“Jen hit Ronnie in the face during the argument, and he asked [her to] pull over and let him out of the car. She stopped, and Ronnie tried getting out and got caught in his seatbelt. Jen started driving away, dragging Ronnie. Ariana was in the car at the time in the back seat.”

Did she know he was still caught? She had to have seen him, right??

The Jersey Shore: Family Vacation star was pulled long enough to give him some lasting scars — and that hit to the face wasn’t a love tap either. The source continues:

“Ronnie’s face was bloodied and bruised, and he’s got a nasty road rash.”

According to the insider, Jen called a mutual friend of the off-again couple to look after Ariana so “the baby was not there when Jen was arrested.”

Good thing, too, because it sounds like she was in no fit state of mind to look after a child. In fact, she’s lucky she was only arrested as the source says:

“Jen was driving so erratically that three out of her four tires were flat. She drove over a median.”


The source also detailed what Ronnie did following the incident — which is clearly far worse than anything that came before:

“Ronnie is going to his family counsel first thing this morning to see what his options are because whatever they are doing is not working.”

We’d have to agree.

[Image via Jen Harley/Instagram.]

Jun 25, 2018 2:44pm PST