Jenna Jameson-Tito Ortiz Fight Ruled a Draw
In other words, the Orange County District Attorney's Office will not charge the "Bad Boy of Huntington Beach" with domestic violence in connection with last month's smackdown on his live-in girlfriend.
District Attorney spokeswoman Farrah Emami tells the Orange County Register charges won't be filed "based on insufficient corroboration to prove a case beyond a reasonable doubt.''
As we reported here, Jameson's father called 911 the morning of April 26 to report a "disturbance" at the Baruna Lane home in Huntington Harbour that Ortiz shares with the mother of his twin sons.
Cops arrived to discover Jameson with "visible injuries." Her 35-year-old former UFC light-heavyweight champion boyfriend was then booked into Huntington Beach jail.
He-said, she-said allegations then flew between the couple in the national gossip press.
Jameson said Ortiz threw her into a bathtub, tearing two ligaments in her shoulder, after she said something that hurt his feelings.
Ortiz said he discovered Jameson, who was formerly addicted to OxyContin, had suffered a relapse and he confronted her about it.
As we reported here, cooler heads prevailed, especially as the realization set in that Ortiz could lose $15 million under his UFC contract if he was prosecuted for domestic violence.
The couple recanted their allegations, and Ortiz's lawyer announced the squabble was a misunderstanding over an old OxyContin pill his client found in his home.
CNN reports Ortiz and Jameson have been spotted together with their twins, Jameson and Journey Jette Ortiz.