‘Jersey Shore’ Fakery! Ronnie’s Violent Robbery Never Happened, Employee Claims

Ronnie Ortiz-Magro’s co-stars were skeptical when he revealed a man jumped and robbed him the night before co-star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino’s sentencing on the season premiere of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation – and their suspicions were apparently correct. RadarOnline.com can exclusively confirm there is no evidence to prove the beat down occurred.

On the premiere, a battered Ortiz-Magro, 33, explained the incident to his co-stars.

“I got beat up last night in the parking lot,” he alleged. “I got jumped. I was in Secaucus and I stopped at some diner, Lorenzo’s. The guy was like, ‘Yo, let me buy you a shot, Ronnie.’ I said, ‘Bro, I’m driving, I’m good.’ He goes, ‘You’re the man because you’ve got two girls with you.’”

Ortiz-Magro continued that when he got to his car, the man punched him.

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“Jen was like, ‘What the f**K?’” he claimed. “Jen and her friend ran around the car, I’m wrestling the guy, someone ripped the chain off my neck.”

Radar can confirm no robberies were reported to the Secaucus Police Department in New Jersey from Lorenzo’s diner in 2018.

An employee of Lorenzo’s, Erin Kaye, confirmed to Radar that there was no altercation when Ortiz-Magro left the diner, however, she did claim Ortiz-Magro and his baby were there for about “15-20 minutes.”

“They were there maybe 15, tops, 20 minutes. They both walked out together. Everybody watched them leave the establishment together,” said Kaye.

“That story is completely fabricated that he said on TV,” Kaye added. “There was no one there to even jump him, the place was deserted that night.”

Kaye says Ortiz-Magro’s story is so fabricated that Lorenzo’s doesn’t even have a bartender who would have asked to buy the reality star a shot — in fact, the couple never even walked to to the bar!

“They definitely never came to the bar, there was no guy behind the bar, nobody said ‘hey, let me buy you a shot,’ I would have loved to have bought him a shot,” she said.

Also on the episode, Ortiz-Magro claimed a Gen X chain was stolen. He posted a photo on Instagram wearing a chain from the brand a month after the alleged robbery. It is unclear if the chain is the one Ortiz-Magro claimed was stolen.

The MTV star’s co-stars remained skeptical throughout

Source:: Radar OnlineRadar Online

      

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