Ronnie Magro, MTV Star from the famed show ‘Jersey Shore’ decided it was enough of being quite about his past and keeping his fans in the dark. On 26 April, the actor took to Instagram and issued a statement about everything that went down in his arrest days.

The actor faced detainment in Los Angeles after he was suspected of intimate partner violence. As per the report by People, the actor was found with injuries and priors. Magro’s statement said:

I am grateful For all my real Friends! Thank you for being by myself the last few week. I take all experiences as lessons. You Learn who really cares about you when your down and out and than you see who doesn’t! But I guess they call it the weeding process. Thank you to My real friends who haven’t left my side and haven’t betrayed me! #BcOfYouGuysIFeelBlessed

The actor got a release from the Van Nuys jail after posting a bond for $100,000. Being under a 3-year probation that the actor received after being involved in a domestic violence case with ex-girlfriend Jenn Harley. 

After Magro had pleaded to no contest to the offenses of one count of domestic battery and one count of resisting arrest, he received a 3-year probationary deal along with which he had to pay $20,000 to a women’s shelter and go through 30 days of community service, as per a TMZ report from May 2020.

The actor’s legal team revealed that there will not be any more statements coming from them given that a lot of the allegations against the actor recently surfaced and they need their time to investigate the case.

We have just learned of the new allegations against Ronnie and need some additional time to further investigate. As such, we will not be making any other statements at this time.

The actor was also supposed to undergo a 52-week course from an agency which received the approval of the Nevada courts. The course was wholly supposed to be based on domestic violence.

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