Ronnie Ortiz-Magro of “Jersey Shore” fame is talking up on psychological sickness after avoiding a felony charge in his April home violence case.
The 35-year-old actuality star took to Instagram Friday to share an unsourced quote supporting these scuffling with their psychological well being.
“It’s okay to really feel unstable,” it reads. “It’s okay to disassociate. It’s okay to cover from the world. It’s okay to want assist. It’s okay to not be okay. Your psychological sickness isn’t a private failure.”
Ortiz-Margo shared the picture two days after the Los Angeles District Lawyer’s Workplace transferred his case to the Metropolis Lawyer’s Workplace, together with his home violence incident involving girlfriend Saffire Matos being downgraded from a felony charge to a possible misdemeanor, TMZ stories.
Legal professionals for Ortiz-Margo launched an announcement to Individuals journal Tuesday celebrating the choice.
“If this reporting is true, as we stated from the start, preliminary stories and unreviewed fees are sometimes, and in Ronnie’s case, incorrect,” that assertion reads. “We’re glad the DA’s workplace made this resolution to not charge a felony. We are going to await a call from the County Lawyer’s workplace.”
The MTV star first spoke out himself final week on Instagram, writing, “I’m grateful for all of my actual mates! Thanks for being by [me] the previous couple of week. I take all experiences as classes. You be taught who actually cares about you when your down and out and than [sic] you see who doesn’t! However I assume they name it the weeding course of [sic].”
“Thanks to my actual mates who haven’t left my facet and haven’t betrayed me,” he completed, including “#BcOfYouGuysIFeelBlessed.”