Mixed martial arts fighter and former Ultimate Fighting Championship champion Tito Ortiz has reportedly been arrested for domestic violence after neighbors reported a "disturbance" at the couple's Huntington Beach, California home.
Driving away from the home Monday afternoon, a clearly distraught Jameson, in huge sunglasses, tells a photographer that “my babies are alright,” and that she plans to press charges against Ortiz, a former Ultimate Fighting Championship light heavyweight title-holder.
Photo of Tito Ortiz and Jenna Jameson.
Ortiz, 35, the father of Jameson's 13-month-old twin boys, was hauled off to jail in handcuffs and charged with felony domestic violence.
Tito Ortiz, the 6-foot-3, 205-pound former light heavyweight champ of Ultimate Fighting, was being booked at the Huntington Beach Jail.
Ortiz was recently a coach on “The Ultimate Fighter” reality series on Spike TV. He was supposed to fight Chuck Liddell in the season finale. But was replaced by light heavyweight Rich Franklin because of personal issues with his family.