'Jersey Shore' Brutal Attack! Harley Commits Samurai Sword Murder

I’m here to assure you that you did indeed read that headline correctly.

Jen Harley, baby mama of Jersey Shore‘s Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, has been in the hot seat lately in regards to her criminal record. And when this crazy news dropped, we just had to get all the details! First things first, who has casual access to a samurai sword? Unless you’re on a movie set, or maybe an avid collector of swords, a samurai sword isn’t something you keep on hand.

Keep reading to find out what happened!

'Jersey Shore' Brutal Attack! Harley Commits Samurai Sword Murder

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'Jersey Shore' Brutal Attack! Harley Commits Samurai Sword Murder

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Ronnie Ortiz-Magro’s ex Jen Harley is no stranger to the penal system. Back in May, Jen was arrested due to a standing arrest warrant for charges of “domestic battery” in Las Vegas.

That wasn’t the first time Jen was arrested on domestic battery charges. Last June, Harley was arrested after allegedly dragging Ronnie with a car. According to the police report, the Jersey Shore star suffered multiple injuries — including a laceration on his forearm and severe road rash on his arms.

But this time, Jen wasn’t arrested on charges of domestic battery!


'Jersey Shore' Brutal Attack! Harley Commits Samurai Sword Murder

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Ronnie has also been in the news for going to rehab in order to work on his struggles with addiction and depression. “I decided to go to treatment because I wanted to be a better person, a better father for my daughter,” Ronnie told Us Weekly.

Change seemed to have been in the cards for Ronnie, but perhaps not so much for the mother of his child.

Radar Online reported an exclusive on Jen Harley’s familial criminal history. It looks like the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree when it comes to the Harley fam.

A source confirmed to Radar Online that Jen’s uncle, Michael Harley, brutally murdered his brother, Clifford Harley, with a samurai sword.

Michael was sentenced to 12 years in prison back in 2009 for first-degree manslaughter. He was found guilty of killing Clifford during a drunken night. Clifford was stabbed “multiple times” in Tulsa, OK in 2008.

Michael apparently fled the scene of the crime but was found a few blocks away. Police reported that a “short samurai sword” was the weapon of choice. Michael was in jail from November 2009 to October 2018 for the murder.