Ronnie Ortiz-Magro ended up getting arrested as a result of cops say his girlfriend had seen marks on her physique once they confirmed up, responding to her name for assist … TMZ has discovered.
Legislation enforcement sources inform us it was truly Ronnie’s girlfriend, Saffire Matos, who referred to as the police that evening … after they’d gotten into some kind of argument that allegedly obtained bodily. We’re informed when officers arrived, they spoke to each events, and decided Ronnie was the aggressor.
As for why … our sources inform us officers noticed seen marks on Saffire’s physique which they decided she sustained in the course of the alleged struggle. We’re informed that was certainly one of a number of observations that spurred police to slap the cuffs on Ronnie.
That is fascinating as a result of it exhibits Saffire had sufficient of an issue with no matter was happening to truly decide up the cellphone and dial 9-1-1. Since Ronnie’s arrest, she tried to downplay the alleged violence.
She posted an announcement within the aftermath, telling her followers to not imagine media accounts of what had occurred, insisting she and Ronnie have been “fantastic.”
Ronnie’s lawyer, Scott Leemon, tells us, “We’re nonetheless investigating the incident of final week and haven’t but obtained any of the police reviews. Subsequently, we are going to proceed to not remark whereas our investigation continues to be ongoing. As we’ve all discovered previously, preliminary reviews may be and are sometimes incorrect.”
After all, as we reported, that is unhealthy information for Ronnie … who’s been down this road earlier than along with his ex, Jenn Harley. He ended up getting probation in that DV case — and a choose may deem this latest arrest a violation of that probation.
Talking of Jenn … she drove all the best way from Vegas to return get her and Ronnie’s daughter, as soon as she heard he’d been arrested.
The 2 exes at the moment share custody of the child, however that might be in jeopardy … relying on the result of this new case.