His girlfriend Saffire Matos also spoke out on social media.
“Ronnie and I are fine there is a lot of misleading information floating around out there,” she explained. “With anybody who reached out with concern I appreciate it with all my heart, but everything that’s being portrayed out there are not facts. I don’t think it’s fair that people are using false accusations to gain attention.”
Matos then asked for privacy, saying, “Please leave Ron and I alone.”
Last month, a separate source close to Ortiz-Magro told E! News that Ariana was in his care on the day of his arrest.
Harley shared on her Instagram Story that she drove from her home in Las Vegas to L.A. to pick up their daughter. “I want my baby home,” the realtor wrote, before revealing a selfie of herself cuddling Ariana. “Can’t drive home like this,” she said, adding, “but I’ll hold her as long as she needs it.”
As for the previous domestic violence case that involved Harley, Ortiz-Magro pled not guilty to seven misdemeanors. Then, last spring, he reached a plea deal by pleading no contest to one count of domestic battery and one count of resisting arrest. His probation was set for 36 months, and he was ordered to complete a 52-week domestic violence program and serve 30 days of community labor in Nevada.