Jen took to social media and expanded on the ongoing drama. "You cheated, you lied, you f***ed up. It’s always been you," Jen wrote. "I don’t want to hear about Ron and all these girls I know believe me there has been sooo many screenshots and pictures. I’m use to it I know he’s hooking up with my friend to get back at me (back at me for not wanting to get back with him). It’s a cycle that never ends. I’m exhausted and disgusted by it," she added.
The MTV star is facing seven misdemeanor charges stemming from his arrest, including child endangerment, false imprisonment, and resisting arrest. There is also a protective order in place that prevents Ronnie from coming within 150 yards of Jen and their daughter Ariana Sky, according to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com. He pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Despite the bad blood between them, Jen claimed that she isn't trying to prevent Ronnie from seeing Ariana, 19 months. She revealed that she is even trying to get the protective order against him dropped. "I’m not keeping Ariana from Ron I did not ask for a restraining order. I’m working on getting it dropped so he can see her if he wants to," she continued.
Jen went on to admit that she's hoping to put the past in the past in order to coparent with Ronnie. "Everyone is hurt in this situation. I don't understand all the bashing going on, on his end. All I ever wanted was a family for our daughter, the toxic part was sweeping everything under the rug and trying to look past all the cheating. Just didn't work out for me. I'm heartbroken from it all and just to coparent peacefully," she insisted.
Ronnie posted a cryptic message about "toxic" relationships to his Instagram on November 5.
"One of the most toxic things I've ever done was ignoring the bad in someone because I loved them," his post read.
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