Following an eight-month nonappearance, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro made a victorious re-visitation of “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” and declared he’s one year sober.
The 36-year-old unscripted television star showed up during Thursday night’s episode and opened up to his long-lasting buddy Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino and made sense of that, despite the fact that life’s tossed significant difficulties his way, there’s motivation to celebrate.
“It’s been a drawn out year,” said Ortiz-Magro during lunch with his co-star. “It’s been a ton of simply making the best choice, being a full-time father, and being level-headed. I’m carrying on with the best life I can, each day in turn.”
In a similar episode, recorded recently, Ortiz-Magro likewise uncovered that he’s had “essentially full-time” guardianship of his 4-year-old little girl, Ariana, whom he imparts to his ex, Jen Harley. Ortiz-Magro likewise uncovered being in a “condition of sorrow” yet that he is “getting to the next level.”
During a confession booth, Ortiz-Magro copped to his previous oversights however promised to continue onward.
“Ive experienced some s**t,” he said. “I f***ed up. I get it and that is essential for recuperation also. What makes a difference is I overcame it and I will keep on helping through it.”
Ortiz-Magro’s appearance comes a little more than a month following reports he and Saffire Matos separated and canceled their commitment. At that point, the GTL veteran took to Instagram and posted a mysterious statement on his Story that read, “A WRONG accomplice will track down you in harmony and leave you in pieces. A RIGHT [partner] will track down you in pieces and lead you to harmony.”