Jersey Shore: Family Vacation alum Jen Harley was reportedly arrested in Las Vegas on Saturday, June 19.
The 34-year-old was taken into custody after being charged with domestic battery and assault with a deadly weapon, TMZ reported.
The alleged victim has not yet been identified.
On Sunday, June 20, Harley was still in police custody at the Clark County Detention Center with a $5,000 bail, Page Six reported.
In October 2019, Ortiz-Magro was arrested for allegedly striking Harley, as well as chasing her with a knife and resisting arrest. He faced several misdemeanor charges, but two were dropped in February.
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That same year, Harley was also arrested after allegedly throwing an ashtray at Ortiz-Magro during a New Year's Eve party. The realtor called the police to report an intruder with a gun, and it was discovered that there was a warrant for her arrest. The case was reportedly dropped later.
In 2018, Harley allegedly dragged the reality star with a car during a fight. The Clark County District Attorney reportedly did not press charges in the end.
The volatile pair got together in 2017 and welcomed their daughter, Ariana, one year later. However, they split for good in October 2019.
Meanwhile, Ortiz-Magro's most recent arrest was in April after he allegedly attacked his partner in Los Angeles, Calif. He was reportedly released from jail the same day on a $100,000 bond, an LAPD spokesperson told PEOPLE.
Ortiz-Magro's girlfriend, Saffire Matos, came to her man's defense. "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," she wrote on her Instagram Story at the time.
Shortly afterward, Ortiz-Magro announced that he would step back from Jersey Shore: Family Vacation to get treatment for mental health issues.