UFC fighter Tito Ortiz was arrested Monday (April 26) in Huntington Beach, California, accused of felony domestic violence against the mother of his twin boys and the world's most famous adult-film star, Jenna Jameson.
TMZ reported that Jameson had "visible injuries" when police arrived on the scene following an early morning 911 call — allegedly placed by Jameson's father — that sent authorities to investigate a disturbance at the home she shares with boyfriend Ortiz.
The 35-year-old fighter was handcuffed and taken into custody, and there are conflicting reports about whether he has left the Orange County jail. TMZ reported him released late Monday afternoon after posting $50,000 bail with a cashier's check, while MMA Weekly is reporting that the mixed martial artist is still being held in lieu of bail set at $25,000.
Updating from the Ortiz/Jameson residence, TMZ learned that Jameson intends to press charges and had already filed a restraining order. "I am completely shocked," she told the website. "Tito is a loving, sweet man, and I've always supported him through everything. For him to lash out at me like this is shocking, and I feel completely betrayed. Completely betrayed. And I feel bad for my children."
Jameson announced on her Twitter page that she plans to quit the micro-blogging site, writing, "I'm sorry to all of my fans, but I'm going to be quitting Twitter. I cant take any more abuse from ANYONE.. To my sweet fans...thank you."
In a statement to the Los Angeles Times about Ortiz's arrest, UFC spokeswoman Jennifer Wenk said: "We're all aware of it, and any comment would be best handled by the authorities."