JERSEY Shore's Ronnie Ortiz-Magro has been slammed by his ex-girlfriend Jen Harley for moving to a different state, away from their daughter.
The 32-year-old realtor told fans that she doesn't miss Ronnie, but is "bitter" about the move, during an Instagram Q&A on Monday.
Jen, who shares daughter Ariana with Ronnie, was asked whether she missed her ex.
She replied that she used to, but doesn't anymore.
However, she went on to say, "Just honestly bitter about him moving to a diff state away from his daughter."
Jen lives and works in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Ronnie now lives 330 miles away in Los Angeles.
The former couple have had a rocky relationship and he didn't see his daughter for seven months at the start of the year, before being reunited with the two-year-old in May.
The reality TV star's ex, Jen Harley, had him arrested for domestic violence and had a restraining order against him, last year, which prevented him from seeing Ariana.
The father of one finally got to hold his daughter and spend some time with her after he and his baby mama battled it out in court, earlier this year.
Jennifer's lawyer Lisa Bloom revealed to The Sun in May that both parties have settled their custody issues.
The powerhouse attorney said she is: "Glad to announce that all aspects related to the incident that occurred on October 4, 2019, have been resolved.
"Ronnie and Jenn want to put this incident behind them and focus on being the best parents they can be for Ariana Sky," Lisa added.
Ronnie was arrested last year when he allegedly hit Jen, threatened her with a knife and “kidnapped” Ariana.
After a lengthy battle, Ronnie was able to avoid jail time after negotiating a plea deal in his domestic violence case.
Although he won’t be facing any jail time, Ronnie will still be on probation for three years, according to TMZ.
He’ll also have to complete a 52-week domestic violence program and 30 days of community labor.
A three-year protective order for Jen and Ronnie was issued, and all future meetings between the two must be peaceful.
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