Per We are weekly, “Jersey Shore” star, 34, claimed there was no contest for one count for domestic batteries and one for refusing arrests on Friday.
In addition, Ortiz-Magro can undergo 36 months probation and must also complete 30 days of community service mandated by a court in his country of residence, namely Nevada, the Los Angeles City Prosecutors’ Office told the outlet.
What’s more, he was also required to pay $ 20,000 for L.A. Jewish Family Services, a women’s shelter located in Los Angeles.
To complete the three-year probation, reality star MTV needs to do 52 weeks of domestic violence treatment in Nevada, and a source familiar with the case told the outlet that Ortiz-Magro had begun taking classes mandated about three months ago “at his will. himself, not because he was ordered. “
Ortiz-Magro was arrested in October 2019 following alleged disputes with Harley in a Los Angeles area Airbnb. He was accused of slapping, punching, and threatening to kill Harley, mother of his now 2-year-old daughter, Ariana. Harley received a protective order against Ortiz-Magro, however, it was revoked soon after.
The reality star appeared in the Los Angeles courtroom in November 2019 where he denied the allegations and pleaded not guilty to the seven minor wrongdoings accused of him in the incident: domestic violence, the danger of children, brandishing weapons, threat of crime, imprisonment, imprisonment false and two counts. accusations against arrest.
Two of the charges for brandishing deadly weapons and making criminal threats were lifted in February, the outlet said.
An insider told Us Weekly last month that Ortiz-Magro “would not like anything but seeing his daughter” amid legal problems and could not wait to reunite with him. “That was his first priority, and he missed him every minute he was not with him. He could not wait until he could legally be with him again.”
The source added that “he has a court order starting from the original incident which prohibits him from seeing [Ariana] – he cannot legally see his own daughter – so he has followed the court’s order. “
Representatives for Ortiz-Magro did not immediately respond to requests for comment from Fox News.
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